On this page you can listen to and/or watch talks and presentations from (primarily) UK ecopsychologists, organised alphabetically by name of the speaker, as well as finding out more about films.
George Marshall (2014) “George Marshall: “Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains are Wired to Ignore Climate Change”. (Length 55 minutes).
Paul Hoggett (2015) “The psychodynamics of climate change denial”, a talk given at UWE, Bristol. (Length 47 minutes).
Mary-Jayne Rust (2011) “Ecopsychology – Shadow and Transformations”. A talk given at Schumacher College, Devon (length: 1 hours, 18 mins).
Mark Schroll (2010) “Exploring ecopsychology”. Psychologist and researcher Dr. Mark Schroll discussing on the history and current direction of the field of ecopsychology. (Length 1 hour, 30 mins).
Sally Weintrobe et al (2012) “Engaging With Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives”. Speeches given at the book launch of ‘Engaging With Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives’, edited by Sally Weintrobe (length 34 mins).
Nora Bateson’s film ‘An Ecology of Mind’ featuring the ground-breaking work of her father, Gregory Bateson, in several fields: anthropology, cybernetics, psychiatry, and cognitive science.
Curtis, Adam’s ‘Century of the Self’ acclaimed BBC Documentary series from 2002 examines the rise of the all-consuming self against the backdrop of the Freud dynasty.
From Dr Stephan Harding ‘Animate Earth’. Stephan puts forward a radical approach to the ecological crisis by arguing that many of the problems we now face stem from having lost our intuitive relationship with nature.
Ruth Rosenhek’s film ‘Earth Spirit Action’ which includes contributions from Vandana Shiva, Starhawk, Matthew Fox, Ruth Rosenhek and John Seed, speaking about deep ecology, Living Democracy and revolution in consciousness in a fast moving discussion of the type of change that needs to take place for a Sustainable Future. An inspirational and stimulating film including beautiful nature footage and a colourful array of global action shots.
TED-X talks about nature and our human relationship with the other-than-human and more-than-human.