XR Psychologists support
‘Ride the Change; Cycle to COP26’
Carl Harris, Clinical and Community Psychologist, is riding his bike!
I am riding this route as a psychologist (as a community psychologist to be precise) to support psychology’s contribution to addressing the climate crisis. I am cycling with about 60 other activists and so am looking forward to learning from them as we go along the way.
As well as being supported by XR Psychologists, this action is linked to the British Psychological Society’s Joining the Dots conference.
24/10/21 Carl sets off from London, waved off with a letter to COP leaders jointly written by Climate Psychology Alliance, Psychologists / Psychotherapists for Future Germany and XR Psychologists. Signed by 1000s of therapists worldwide.
Follow Carl’s progress here:
He did it!!!
Carl speaks to…
During the ride, Carl will be sharing examples of community psychologists’ action in response to climate change from around the world, as well as closer to home.
He will share some videos of interviews with some amazing psychologists who are doing great work in places like South Africa, Brazil and Puerto Rico, as well as some videos of the ride experience itself.
Community Psychology and climate change: Carlie Trott
Research in racism in climate change activism: Brendon Barnes & Daniela Rafaely
Community Psychology and climate activism: Garrett Barnwell
Carlie D Trott, community psychology and climate change
Brendon Barnes, Professor and Vice Dean of Humanities at the University of Johannesburg and Daniella Rafaely, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, also at the University of Johannesburg discuss racism in climate change activism, critical community psychology and discursive approaches with Carl Harris in the lead up to COP26
Garrett Barnwell, community psychology and climate action
Raquel Diniz talks about community psychology and climate change in Natal, Brazil
Isabel Unanue describes her work with communities in Puerto Rico post hurricane Maria