(Re)Connecting People with the Environment

The cause of most environmental problems is a social context in which a collective cost is produced through the combined behavior of a plurality of individuals: some prime examples are the cities’ air pollution by cars, or food waste. Even though awareness is rising, most of the citizens still ignore their civic responsibilities, and lifestyle changes are resisted. How can we reconnect people with the environment? Continue Reading

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Ecopsychology: what it is, and why a reflection about it is worthy

How can we learn to respect nature and to live in harmony with the ecosystem, in order to prevent environmental destruction and pollution? First and foremost, the underlying issue should be addressed, that is the cultural detachment from nature. Humans have lost sight with their origin, and ecopsychology offers an answer. Continue reading