British Psychological Society had their annual lecture with the British Academy. I had an invite but sadly couldn't go - but I did get to listen to it when later they podcast the talk. I recently had cause to re-listen and do suggest that others may find this useful.
The sad truth is that denial, scepticism or questions about the reality of climate change have grown in the last couple of years - this talk centred over what we can do about it. Technological fixes and financial instruments have a key role - but crucially their effectiveness is usually mediated by the way the public understands, interprets, engages with or responds to such actions. Changing the public’s social, economic and environmental behaviours and everyday practices is essential. As someone who holds a psychology degree I have long had an interest in how it can be used to move us forward.
See more about the talk by Prof David Uzzell here incl slides of talk - and listen to the hour long talk here.