Unfit for task

Venue: Jervois Room


Within the climate science community the reality and enormity of the threat of anthropogenic climate change are essentially uncontested. Thenecessary response policies and practices are well understood. The obvious reasons for the manifest failure by almost all governments to respond appropriately do not provide an adequate explanation Рif one assumes that decisions are being taken rationally. John Rolls explores the underlying reasons for this failure in our psychology and culture, built on basic features of human cognition and processing of threat information.


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  • Wheelchair accessible

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