Climate Psychology and Engagement in Further and Higher Education
Glasgow School of Art (GSA), Breckenridge Meeting rooms, Dalhousie Street
Join us to take the next steps in helping our communities - university and college and other communities - engage with climate change issues. The meeting is open to all who are interested in climate psychology. We will be progressing work from the last Community Engagement TSN meeting, where we discussed why people are apathetic towards climate change, and what professionals in the tertiary education sector can do about it in order to increase climate change engagement. From this work we will be developing application ideas across HEI and FEI campuses and curricula.
We are inviting attendees who wish to, to give a short 10 minute presentation on why they are interested in this work, how they see climate psychology as being part of this work or how it applies to their roles/institutions as part of the agenda. If you are interested in presenting please contact
From 9.45 Coffee
10.20 Feedback from participants on their application of psycho-social perspectives on climate change
11.15 Julian Manley lead discussion on how to expand this approach within Higher and Further Education Institutes
12.00 CPA Scotland inaugural meeting: discussion on remit, membership, funding and charges for activities, acting office bearers/election, relationship/link to CPA, CPA-S draft constitution, meeting frequency. Discussion on next steps.
Skype participation from a distance - Highlands and Islands - will be possible.
Following lunch, we will be launching the Scottish branch of the Climate Psychology Alliance, and discussing where to take climate change psychology next in Scotland.
Any problems finding the meeting room on the day, please call at Glasgow School of Art 164 Renfrew Street (big green building opposite the Mackintosh building) and ask for directions. Or call John on 07851789220