Tackling Climate Change – Insights From C.G. Jung’s Depth Psychology
This article seeks to address the apparent lack of willingness to fully address climate change by looking to the psychological aspects of the problem, particularly through the depth psychology of C. G. Jung. The article unfolds the emerging field of climate psychology and explores the cognitive dissonance behind public reactions to the phenomenon of climate change before explaining central Jungian concepts and their relevance to addressing the deeper personal, social, and cultural aspects of climate change.
The article was published in The Ecumenical Review, Vol. 70, Issue 4