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I examine the social-psychological variables of water decisions and governance within a context of climate change, flooding and drought. Water is essential to our existence – ecological, biological and cultural – and our ability to ‘solve’ water problems is a litmus test for our capacity to address other environmental challenges.
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Research Themes

Education

Efficiency

Emotion

Gender

Sample Publications

“Terror Management Theory and mortality awareness: A missing link in climate response studies?” WIREs Climate Change

“Mortality awareness and water decisions: a social psychological analysis of supply-management, demand management
and soft-path paradigms”
Water International

“Sounding the water alarm will backfire thanks to human nature” The Globe and Mail

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Mr. Floatie and Mortality: World Water Day

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Today is World Water Day, an international event to celebrate and highlight freshwater issues. This year's theme is wastewater – the sullied water that flows down our drains and is flushed from our toilets. In [...]

In Memoriam: Arthur Lieberman

August 9th, 2016|

A very long time ago, I was a second-year student studying at the University of Haifa's overseas program. 'Professor Lieberman' played such a huge and influential role in my life. He introduced me to the beauty of ecology, [...]