Episode 2/9 of Sustainability@work

Sustainability - Unlocking climate action with psychology

This is only important if you have emotions :).

This week’s guest is Renée Lertzman, a climate psychologist and environmental strategist who founded the project InsideOut. She is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and works with leaders and organizations who seek to scale impactful engagement across stakeholders, consumers, and employees on ESG, climate, and ecology.
Clients include Google, VMware, Unity, and numerous start-ups and philanthropic organizations.

She has a MA from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a Ph.D. in Social Sciences from Cardiff University.
She has published Environmental Melancholia (Routledge 2015) and is currently working on a trade publication about applying the psychology of climate and ecological threats to our business and personal practices.

Here Renée talks about her work, leadership, mental health among young people, inner development goals, and ways to get involved in change.

Her website is: https://reneelertzman.com/
Here is her TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/renee_lertzman_how_to_turn_climate_anxiety_into_action?language=en
About the inner development goals: https://www.innerdevelopmentgoals.org/

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