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The Environment and Us

From our homes and neighborhoods to the world beyond, the environment and human behavior are mutually and inextricably dependent on each other. These five articles investigate.

Surviving Ourselves When the Climate Changes: As the climate crisis worsens, can insights from psychological science change our behavior for the better?

Cultivating Cultures of Sustainability: Harnessing personalities and perspectives may help to turn the tide of ecological devastation.

Growing Places: Science examines how children respond to their physical surroundings.

Home Improvement: Lessons about living—our spaces, and our behaviors in them—from our year at home.

Up-and-Coming Voices: Previews of new research exploring the environment and behavioral health.

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