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HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

93% of Europeans see Climate Change as a serious problem. Scientists agree that if we don't radically change our way of life in the next decade, our fragile ecosystems will suffer irreversible changes. Yet, collectively, we are doing little to reverse the trend. Why? Different psychological factors can help us make sense of this intention-action gap. Find out more here

WEEKLY CO2 AVERAGE IN THE ATMOSPHERE

 

11 July 2021: 417.51 ppm
This time last year: 414.98 ppm
10 years ago: 393.40 ppm
Pre-industrial base: 280
Safe level: 350

More than 450 ppm risks triggering irreversible climate change.