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UNSW: “Climate change and the tyranny of psychological distance”

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall The University of New South Wales, birthplace of the Ship of Fools expedition which got stuck in the Antarctic ice, is concerned that people rapidly switch to other priorities, when disasters which don’t affect them personally are no longer front page news. Climate change and the tyranny of psychological distance…

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