Dr Matthew Adams is a Principal Lecturer in Psychology specialising in critical, social and cultural psychology. His current research interests include the social and psychological dimensions of climate change and related environmental problems, the Anthropocene, being in nature, human-animal and multi-species relations – especially critical and interdisciplinary perspectives. His latest book is Ecological Crisis, sustainability & the psychosocial subject (2016, Palgrave Macmillan).
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