How Urban Parks Enhance Your Brain
The Atlantic: A couple weeks ago the folks at Cracked told readers that “living in a city makes you dumber.” There are a number of flaws here — beyond the obvious one of getting your
Are climate sceptics more likely to be conspiracy theorists?
The Guardian: It’s time to come clean: climate change is a hoax. And the moon landings were faked, 9/11 was an inside job, and the CIA is hiding the identity of the gunman on the
Environmental Sustainability at Work
Environmental Sustainability at Work: Registration Now Open! The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) proudly presents Environmental Sustainability at Work: Advancing Research, Enhancing Practice, to take place October 19–20, 2012 at the Hotel Monteleone
We’re All Climate-Change Idiots
The New York Times: CLIMATE CHANGE is staring us in the face. The science is clear, and the need to reduce planet-warming emissions has grown urgent. So why, collectively, are we doing so little about
Why Thinking About Your Death May Prompt You to Save the Planet
TIME: Thinking about your own death isn’t usually the most pleasant experience, but it can be a beneficial one. Reminders of our own mortality can increase our desire to make decisions that will leave long-term
Do We Care About Future Generations?
Scientific American: We care about our children and the world they’ll inherit. And we care about their children. But when it comes to the generations we won’t be around to know, the ties tend to