In the Press

Interviews

May 18, 2022 “Climate Anxiety” on Climate Psychology Conversations, a podcast from Climate Psychology Alliance of North America, an interview featuring SarahRay and others.

May 11, 2022 “Coping with the Changing Climate,” on New Mexico Public Broadcasting Station, an interview with Laura Paskus.

August 18, 2021: Episode 16- “Climate Well-Being,” an interview with Sarah Ray. Climate Ambassador podcast.

April 27, 2021: Extinction Rebellion Radio interview on the racial dimensions of climate anxiety. 

April 26, 2021: Eco-Radio KKFI interview

February 2021, ASLE Eco-cast, “Climate Changes Teaching: A Conversation with Sarah Jaquette Ray and Stephen Siperstein”

December 30, 2020. “Climate Anxiety: Navigating Our Emotions as the Planet Changes.” Interview in Natural Awakenings magazine.

October 23, 2020 PRI’s Living on Earth “Overcoming Climate Anxiety”

August 31, 2020 Booksmith Interview 

August 19, 2020 Living on Earth Book Interview for Good Reads event.  

June 1, 2020 ” Humboldt Prof Considers Cool Heads on Warming Planet” The Jefferson Exchange on Jefferson Public Radio

May 31, 2020 “‘A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety’ author: Generation Z’s norm will ‘be a sense of instability'” Newsday.com

May 13, 2020 Capital Radio NPR Sacramento

Why are we the way we are? Defining Gen Z and Millienials” Podcast Interview, Blum Center for Democracy and Inequality.

May 5, 2020 Northcoast Environmental Center Webinar on A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety,

April 22, 2020 “How to Cope with Climate Anxiety and Carry On: A Virtual Conversation with Sarah Jaquette Ray.” University of California Press. 

September 20, 2019: KCRW “Press Play” podcast interview. “Helping Students Cope with Stress around Climate Change.”

April 22, 2017: NPR article and report. “First Step to ‘Eco-Grieving’ Over Climate Change? Admit There’s a Problem.”

Book Talks and Book Festival Panels

May 28, 2020   “Litquake on Lockdown: San Francisco Book Festival.”

May 12, 2020   Bay Area Book Festival UNBOUND Panelist, “Parenting in a Time of Crisis.”

May 5, 2020 Featured panelist for local environmental nonprofit webinar on A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety.

 April 22, 2020  “Climate Change, Catastrophic Fire, and COVID: A Book Launch Webinar of A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety by Sarah Ray.”

Reviews & Press Releases

August 2021: Seedlings Newsletter, “Our Future Is Not Set in Stone.”

August 30, 2021: “Climate change is radicalizing young people.” Interview with Sarah Ray, CNBC news.

August 6, 2021: “How to Fight Climate Despair,” Vox news

 November 10, 2020 American Library Association review

April 30, 2020  Review of A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety in “Fire Adapted Communities” by Lenya Quinn-Davidson.

April 20, 2020  The Revelator’s “14 Inspiring New Environmental Books to Read During a Pandemic.” https://therevelator.org/environmental-books-april-2020/

April 16, 2020 Review of A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety in GeographyRealm by G.T. Dempsey.

March 11, 2020 Press Release in KRCR News: “HSU Professor’s New Book Offers Relief from Climate Anxiety.”

In the News

“On Climate Emotion” in Harvard Politics, July 28, 2022

“The Biggest Tool We Have to Fight Climate Anxiety is Community“, Popular Science magazine, by Thor Benson, July 18, 2022

The Climate Anxiety Discussion Has a Whiteness Problem,” by Grace Browne, Wired Magazine, July 11, 202

Elizabeth Gribkoff, “Anxiety and Biscuits: The Climate Cafes Popping Up Around the World,” The Guardian, September 4, 2021.

Cat Clifford, “How to Stop Climate Change Despair, According to One Expert”,CNBC interview with Sarah Ray. August 30, 2021.


Bill McKibben, “Climate Anxiety Makes Good Sense,”The New Yorker, May 5, 2021.