Journal Articles

“Ecological grief literacy: Approaches for responding to environmental loss”
By Anna Cooke, Claudia Benham, Nathalie Butt, and Julie Dean. Conservation Letters (May 7, 2024).
“Embracing Climate Emotions to Advance Higher Education”
By Peter T. Pellitier, Michelle Ng, Sierra R. Castaneda, Susanne C. Moser, and Britt D. Wray. Nature Climate Change (2023).
“Balancing Climate Anxiety with Hope: Learning from Collective Climate Activism”
BMJ (October 6, 2023).

The positive effects of time spent in nature on stress: considering climate change”
By Sebastian Ocklenburg. Molecular Psychiatry (June 13, 2023).
“Climate Change Anxiety in Young People”
By Janis Whitlock. Nature Mental Health 1 (2023): 297–298.
“Environmental knowledge is inversely associated with climate change anxiety”
By Hannes Zacher and Cort W. Rudolph. Climatic Change 176, no. 32 (2023).
“Reducing personal climate risk to reduce personal climate anxiety”
By Jeremy Fyke and Andrew Weaver. Nature Climate Change 13 (2023): 209–210.
“The Process of Eco-Anxiety and Ecological Grief: A Narrative Review and a New Proposal”
By Panu Pihkala. Sustainability 14, no. 24 (December 12, 2022).
“Christic Witnessing: A Practical Response to Ecological Trauma”
By Timothy A. Middleton. Practical Theology (April 2022): 1-12.
“Climate Anxiety: What Predicts It and How is It Related to Climate Action?”
By Lorraine Whitmarsh, Lois Player, Angelica Jiongco, Melissa James, Marc Williams, Elizabeth Marks, and Patrick Kennedy-Williams. Journal of Environmental Psychology 83 (October 2022).
“Understanding Eco-anxiety”
By Bronwyn Wake. Nature Climate Change (September 2022).
“Climate Changes Mental Health”
By Nicole Hill and Robert Perkowitz. Journal of Environmental Health (July/August 2022): 38-39.
“Children and Climate Anxiety: An Ecofeminist Practical Theological Perspective”
By Joyce Ann Merce. Religions 13, no. 4 (March 31, 2022): 1-15.
“Social Media May Contribute to Eco-Distress: The Role of Nature Relatedness as Both Causal Mechanism and Protective Factor”
By Crystal Smith, Andrew Allen, and Lee Kannis-Dymand. Ecopsychology (March 2022): 17- 29.
“Toward a Taxonomy of Climate Emotions”
By Panu Pihkala. Frontiers in Climate. January 14, 2022.
“The Anatomy of Inaction – Climate Complexity Change”
“Climate Complexity Change,” unpsychology magazine, Issue 7, Spring 2021.