October 23: Sustainability Lecture - Our Energy Efficiency Paradox: Psychological Barriers to ‘No-Brainer’ Solutions

Join Elke U. Weber, professor of psychology at Columbia University’s Earth Institute Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, for a lecture on sustainability that places the psychological dimension of climate change within the broader context of the discussion about Earth's changing environment.

"Our Energy Efficiency Paradox: Psychological Barriers to 'No-Brainer' Solutions."

Weber, who is an expert on behavioral models of decision-making under risk and uncertainty, will address the human causes of, consequences of, and responses to climate change, and the links between climate change and cognitive, affective, motivational, interpersonal, and organizational responses and processes.

Tuesday October 23, 201, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
NYU Kimmel Center for Student Life, 60 Washington Square South, Room 802

The lecture is free and open to the public, but an online RSVP is required. Photo ID is needed to enter NYU buildings. For more information about the Educating for Sustainability series, visit NYU Sustainability.