Speaking & Media
Britt regularly gives talks to diverse audiences on topics such as: the mental health impacts of the climate crisis, eco-distress, climate psychology, collective trauma and community resilience in the face of environmental threats, gene-editing (human and non-human), de-extinction, and other trends shaping the future of living systems. She is represented by The Lavin Agency Speaker's Bureau.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
How To Live Meaningfully With Climate Anxiety With Stanford University
Britt was invited to speak at the 14th annual World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China. More than 1500 figures from around the world working in government, economics, activism, business, and academia were in attendance. Given the climate threats we face, leaders must make deep seated changes to how the mental health of their populations is protected, faster and more effectively than has ever been done before.
FRONTIERS FORUM LIVE 2023
Keeping Cool Amid the Climate Crisis
In her talk at Frontiers Forum Live 2023, Britt explored how today's ecological crises can push us into a state of grief, numbness, or fatalism, causing burn out and making us question big life decisions such as whether to have children. She also revealed how this grief can mobilize and transform us, emphasizing what we can do to control it and its power to spark transformational change.
How climate change affects your mental health
"For all that's ever been said about climate change, we haven't heard nearly enough about the psychological impacts of living in a warming world," says science writer Britt Wray. In this quick talk, she explores how climate change is threatening our well-being -- mental, social -- and offers a starting point for what we can do about it.
The Breakdown : How to turn climate anxiety into action
By Jack Harries' Earthrise Studio & Waterbear Production
The Big Idea | Britt Wray | Episode 1
By The Lavin Agency Speakers Bureau
Protecting Blue Nature | Episode 3 | Britt Wray
By Impac5 Canada