The Human Dimensions of Climate Problems and People-Centered Solutions

“Old ways of doing things are not working.”  What, then, is the alternative?  Sociologist Karen Ehrhardt-Matinez proposes a social science approach as a lens to understand and solve energy and climate issues.  In this video, she presents a conceptual framework, Human Systems in the Environment, to understand where human behavior is situated within the ecological system, environment, and climate.

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