Stories by Margaret Klein

Margaret Klein holds holds a BA from Harvard in Social Anthropology, and a MA from Adelphi University in Psychology. She is in the final stages of earning her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University. At her website The Climate Psychologist Margaret analyzes emotional and cultural elements of the climate crisis and proposes novel, psychologically-informed solutions. Follow Margaret on Twitter: @ClimatePsych subscribe to Margaret Klein's feed

Posted on: Sep 9, 2013, Source: The Climate Psychologist

Anxiety about our future is best contained through the existence of a comprehensive plan that starts right now and leads to victory and through human relationships.

Posted on: Sep 6, 2013, Source: The Climate Psychologist

The fundamental psychological challenge of the climate change movement is overwhelming anxiety; its tactics and strategy must be built to contain anxiety.

Posted on: Sep 3, 2013, Source: The Climate Psychologist

We've got to stop pretending like our species is not marching towards its doom. Our survival depends on fighting it.

Posted on: Jan 2, 2013, Source: AlterNet

Discussions about climate change can't all be about numbers -- we need to realize that our emotional reactions may dictate whether we make the massive political and cultural shifts necessary.