This anthology is a two-volume work that focuses on our relationship with the Earth and our future, examining the crossover between psychology and environmental studies in the emerging fields of ecopsychology and environmental psychology. Addresses the qhot topicq of today: how psychology and environmental studies intersect in the fields of ecopsychology and environmental psychology Presents a breadth of perspectives from authors with various fields of expertise, from scientists to interventionists, conquerors to caretakers, political leaders to grassroots activistsaall of whom are needed to effect change Utilizes the knowledge of contributors from the fields of psychology, science, humanitarianism, environmental studies, business, United Nations, law, and policymaking Addresses the facts, feelings, needs, and possibilities that must be considered when planning for the future since the psychology of environmental messaging is just as important as its geology Offers a range of solutionsabased on research and real implementations of programs around the worldafor preserving our planet and caring for our environmentMedical Benefits Class Action Settlement Agreement, 397 Medical Special Needs Shelters (MSNS), 18 Mellencamp, John, 120 Member ... National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, 365 National Science Foundation, 293 National Sea Grant Program, 295 National Social ... Weather Service (NWS), 7 National Working Committee on Children and Women, 175a76 Natural disaster: Belize and, 244.
|Title||:||Ecopsychology: Advances from the Intersection of Psychology and Environmental Protection [2 volumes]|
|Author||:||Darlyne G. Nemeth, Robert B Hamilton, Judy Kuriansky|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-09-30|