This is from a German leftarded periodical, so bear with the nonsense and the translation problems.
Horror scenarios promote depression
The psychological dimension of climate change and peak oil: Only those who are prepared specifically to disasters is being protected from psychological suffering. …..
There is a problem about that climate change is barely noticeable, so that man a “psychological distance” feels. To overcome this distance, apocalyptic versions however are not very helpful. .
…. And Florian Kaiser, environmental psychologist at the University of Magdeburg, says: “With the threat scenarios we probably reached no rethinking.”
However, those who still close look at the possible consequences of climate change and peak oil, which .
But when horror stories do not shake, then how can be taught an environmentally conscious behavior? “ says Kaiser. Therefore, the policy attempts to date by means of environmental economic instruments to control the behavior. About by…
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