Don't Even Think About It
Why Our Brains Are Wired To Ignore Climate Change
Videos by George Marshall
George Marshall in discussion with George Monbiot at Guardian Live
As the Guardian sets out on its own climate change journey, George Marshall, one of the most eminent thinkers in the world on climate change talks to George Monbiot at a sold-out Guardian Live event on 13 May 2015 about why we are in denial and what we can do to stop it before it's too late.
Trailer for Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change
The official trailer, produced by Zoe Broughton with the support of Artists Project Earth.
George Marshall On Tour- Live at The Town Hall, Seattle
Filmed during George Marshall’s US tour on 11th September by Todd Boyle.
How to Talk to a Climate Change Denier
To date 19,000 people have watched this twenty minute video on how to talk about climate change with someone who is still unconvinced (they are called a ‘denier’ because this is the standard search phrase). It draws on many of the arguments in the book, including the need to find common values and speak with respect. The evidence behind it is provided on the TalkingClimate website.
Stop Talking About the Environment
The dangers of framing climate change as an environmental issue and why this does not speak to peoples real concerns.
People Don’t Care About Polar Bears
The reasons why Polar Bears are such a bad symbol and icon for climate change.
The Ingenious Ways We Avoid Believing in Climate Change
This lecture took place at the University of the West of England in March 2009. It covers many of the key themes of the book - the perception of risk, the role of narratives and the social construction of belief.
End of the world? You decide!
How our psychological response to climate change and the choices we make will determine what will happen next: from positive adaptation to aberrant denial and scapegoating. This video also discusses the way that standard climate change communications create distancing.