Feb 12Liked by The Climate Psychologists

Completely agree, the “direct” mitigation behaviours only add up to to the true power of “indirect” if you happen to be a jet-flying meat eater!

I’ve been writing a bit about direct Vs indirect action versus the roles we play (funder, consumer, employer etc) and the more I learn the more I realise your true power the richer you are lies in with your money.

Resource inequality is at the root of climate breakdown and so anything we can do with money (better pensions, reparative finance) has more impact than individual small actions… but they still matter too!

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