Debate: Can psychology help us to accept and act on the scientific evidence on climate change?

Invisible Dust

11 Nov 2015, 12 - 1pm

School of Experimental Psychology, Room 0A1,, Bristol


Adam Chodzko, 2015


11 Nov 2015
12 - 1pm


School of Experimental Psychology, Room 0A1,
12/12a Priory Road, Bristol University
Bristol,  BS8 1TX
United Kingdom
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Join special panels of artists, academics and scientists for a series of public debates on climate change throughout November. The debates accompany the premiere of 'Deep Above' at Watershed Bristol, a new film by award-winning artist Adam Chodzko.

We know climate change is happening; we experience extreme weather conditions and observe the data, imagery and analysis as evidence, and ‘everyone’ seems to be talking about it. Yet, we seem to have paralysed ourselves from taking immediate action to avoid its consequences.

Panellists: George Marshall, author and founder of the Climate Outreach Information Network, Marcus Coates, artist.

Chair: Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Psychology, Bristol University

Invisible Dust, Watershed Bristol, Shambala Festival, HighWaterline, Bristol University, Bristol 2015 European Green Capital, Bristol Festival of Ideas. Supported by Wellcome Collection.


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