Colorado Climate Retreat

Ken Savitsky (Williams College), Adam Pearson (Pomona College), Kimin Eom (UC Santa Barbara), Amanda Carrico (CU Boulder), David Sherman (UC Santa Barbara), Lisa Dilling (CU Boulder) Sarah Anderson (UC Santa Barbara), Leaf Van Boven (CU Boulder), Phillip Ehret (UC Santa Barbara), Shahzeen Attari (Indiana University), Jenny Cole (CU Boulder). Missing due to blisters: Jon Shuldt (Cornell University), Geoff Cohen (Stanford University).

Ken Savitsky (Williams College), Adam Pearson (Pomona College), Kimin Eom (UC Santa Barbara), Amanda Carrico (CU Boulder), David Sherman (UC Santa Barbara), Lisa Dilling (CU Boulder) Sarah Anderson (UC Santa Barbara), Leaf Van Boven (CU Boulder), Phillip Ehret (UC Santa Barbara), Shahzeen Attari (Indiana University), Jenny Cole (CU Boulder). Missing due to blisters: Jon Shuldt (Cornell University), Geoff Cohen (Stanford University).

The purpose of the Colorado Climate Retreat was to examine recent and emerging research on the interface of climate change and social psychology, broadly construed. The meeting disseminated findings to students, researchers, students, policy makers, and the general public. Presenters included faculty and graduate students from psychology, political science, environmental studies, and theater and dance. Following public presentations on Friday, the presenters spent much of Saturday discussing future directions for collaborative, programmatic research.