If water is life, coverage of water crises reminds us of death — and may be prompting us to ignore threats. Ahead of World Water Day, Sarah Wolfe explains the psychology behind our behaviour, and how we can act differently.
Sarah Wolfe / @SarahWolfePhD
Associate professor, University of Waterloo's School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability
is an associate professor in the University of Waterloo's School of Environment, Resources and
Sustainability and a member of Waterloo’s Water Institute. Her research is
focused on the social-psychological aspects of water decision processes.