Ecopedagogy: Julian Manley - Why We Are Blind To The Facts! @ Locavore CIC, Glasgow [11 February]

Ecopedagogy: Julian Manley - Why We Are Blind To The Facts!


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11
February
20:00 - 21:00

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Locavore CIC
349 Victoria Road, G42 7SA Glasgow, United Kingdom
Locavore presents the final lecture in the Ecopedagogy series with:

Why We Are Blind To The Facts! — How a psychosocial approach to the challenges of climate change can help

from Julian Manley, chair of the Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA) Scotland

— Dr Julian Manley is Co-Chair of the Climate Psychology Alliance Scotland and Executive Committee member for CPA UK.

He is also an academic at the University of Central Lancashire where his work is centred around psychosocial approaches to research and teaching.

He is a Tavistock qualified organisational consultant, his work is focussed on co-operatives and co-operation, the psychology of climate change and the use of social dreaming.

He has written and published about the psychology of climate change and has recently published two books (one an edited edition) on social dreaming, including work on social dreaming and climate change.

In this talk he will give an overview of what psychosocial approaches to climate change can teach us about denial, disavowal and the difficulties we have in tackling the issues, especially considering how critical the situation seems to be and how facts don’t appear to be sufficient to help us take appropriate action.

You can read more about Julian and the Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA) Scotland at: http://climatepsychologyalliance.org/international/cpa-scotland

— Ecopedagogy is a lecture series brought to you by the zero waste team at Locavore. Over the course of the last months of our project with Zero Waste Scotland we will be hosting lively and exciting talks from the cutting edge of environmental, philosophical and political discourse, and looking at where ideas of zero waste and circular economy fit into these visions of the future.

— The Good Food Fund

The Good Food Fund is our project to help people in the community who find themselves in the desperate situation of needing emergency food aid. It is an alternative model to traditional food banks which rely on donations of tinned and dry goods from members of the public for distribution to those in need.

— All tickets are suggested donation only, with proceeds going to Locavore's Good Food Fund.

Nobody will be turned away due to lack of funds. In this instance please contact [email protected]
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