The psychological roots and mental health impacts of the climate crisis appear in every aspect of our lives. They affect us personally and collectively influence the national mood, shaping our culture in a way that drives our economy, our politics, the quality of life in our communities. They are increasingly affecting how we treat each other. Greater attention to the mental health impacts of the climate crisis is needed and long overdue – the Ecopsychepedia addresses this.

The Ecopsychepedia is a go-to source for information on how human activity has caused the climate crisis, on how the crisis is now, in turn, affecting us – and, critically, on what we can do about it.