What can help us face up to the horrors with which climate change threatens us?
- Global Warming: The Universal Mind of Sonny Rollins
“Global Warming” is the name of the second song Rollins elected to play with his band at the 9/11 concert. Counter-intuitively, Global Warming is a joyous expression of life.
By Edward Mendelowitz, PhD
In this Issue
- Toward an Age of Certainty and Uncertainty
A preoccupation with the future survival and welfare of our species and how to accomplish this without abandoning our best qualities has always been an important part of the humanistic ethos.
By Chris Schuck
- Humanistic Psychology and Climate-Change Denialism
Perhaps the most significant challenge to humanity in current times is anthropogenic climate change, yet over half of those recently surveyed in the United States denied that climate change is happening.
By Harris L. Friedman
- Embracing our FEAR, COURAGE & LOVE in Pursuit of a Just Community
Our global community sits frozen in the anthropocene while injustices against marginalized groups prevail.
By Nathaniel Granger, Jr., PsyD
Letter from the Journal
- Goldman Award Winners for Environmental Excellence and Other Eco-Martyrs Deserve Our Respect and Protection
The Goldman Award honors grassroots environmental heroes.
By Ian McFadden