Climate Behavior

Elizabeth Meshes, Ph.D., BCBA-D, ardently believes in humanity’s innate desire for a habitable world and emphasizes the power of individual choices in shaping a sustainable future. By demonstrating how our actions reverberate through the ecosystem, affecting both ourselves and those we cherish, the video underscores the crucial link between personal decisions and global consequences.

Drawing from the field of applied behavior analysis, Dr. Meshes provides a glimmer of hope by showcasing that altering human behavior is not just a possibility but a tangible solution to combat climate change. By understanding how our actions directly impact the environment, we can initiate transformative changes that pave the way for a livable planet for future generations.

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