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  • Examining Contrasting Effects of Extreme Weather Experiences on Individual Climate Activism

    Joshua Ettinger, Peter Walton, James Painter, Kelly Fielding, Robyn Gulliver, Friederike Otto
  • Large-scale disruptive activism strengthened environmental attitudes in the United Kingdom

    Ben Kenward, Cameron Brick
  • How Climate Protesters Understand and Respond to Unfairness: Qualitative Interviews with Extinction Rebellion

    Amarins Jansma, Kees van den Bos, Beatrice de Graaf
  • How dare we? The relation between language use, global identity, and climate activism

    Laura S. Loy, Marivi Bauer, Marlis C. Wullenkord
  • Visioning sustainable futures: exposure to positive visions increases individual and collective intention to act for a decarbonated world

    Lucia Bosone, Sarah Thiriot
  • Being positively moved by climate protest motivates peaceful collective action

    Helen Landmann, Jascha Naumann
  • The Radical Flank: Curse or Blessing of a Social Movement?

    Sophia Dasch, Millicent Bellm, Eric Shuman, Martijn van Zomeren
  • “The Future will be Green, or Not at All”: How Positive (Utopian) and Negative (Dystopian) Thoughts About the Future Shape Collective Climate Action

    Sean Daysh, Emma Thomas, Morgana Lizzio-Wilson, Lucy Bird, Michael Wenzel
  • Measuring the effectiveness of value-framing and message valence on audience engagement across countries

    Katie Blake
  • Adaptation to the effects of climate change in rural Indigenous Fijians

    Amy Lykins, Patrick Nunn, Roselyn Kumar, Cassandra Sundaraja, Suzanne Cosh
  • Winter-human-nature interactions: An integrative review for a neglected season

    Kristen Jakstis, Michael R. Barnes
  • “System change not climate change”: Effective environmental policies and state repression moderates the relationship between psychological predictors and environmental collective action

    Mete Sefa Uysal, Sara Vestergren, Micaela Varela, Clemens Lindner
  • ‘Safe spaces’ and community building for climate scientists, exploring emotions through a case study

    Joe Duggan
  • Do I Perceive That We as a Community Can Persist, Adapt Flexibly, and Positively Transform? The Relationship between Collective Transilience and Community-based Adaptation

    Valentina Lozano Nasi, Lise Jans , Linda Steg
  • A Systematic Review of Climate Anxiety and Mental Health in Adults

    Clare Pitt, Kimberley Norris, Gretta Pecl
  • Experiences of Eco-grief in Rural Indigenous Fijians

    Amy Lykins, Suzanne Cosh, Patrick Nunn, Roselyn Kumar, Cassandra Sundaraja
  • Wasting the Restorative Potential: Influences of Plastic and Biowaste on Psychological Restoration After Real, Virtual, and Imagined Walks

    Claudia Menzel
  • Toward a planetary affective scientific framework for eco-emotions: Anger, grief, and further findings from exploratory fieldwork

    Anaïs Voşki, Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Nicole M. Ardoin
  • Social and Ecological Dominance Orientations, Climate Change Denial, and Pro-Environmental Behavior

    Gözde Kiral Ucar, Meryem Kaynak Malatyali, Bagdat Deniz Kaynak
  • Our vision is your opportunity

    Adrian Brügger, Isabel Richter