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New interview: The climate needs us to think anew, with Annika Nordlund

In a new interview on Umeå University’s homepage, Arcum affiliated researcher Annika Nordlund talks about how psychology is connected with behaviors and motivations to meet the climate crisis.

Annika Nordlund is a senior lecturer at the Department of Psychology and her research lies within the subjects of environment- and social psychology, and is focused on how psychological factors affect different typer of environment-related behavior and how different measures to change behavior is perceived and what impact these measures can have.

Read the whole interview (in Swedish) in UmU:s interview found here.

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Annika Nordlund
Associate professor

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