Foreword, by Deborah Winter. Part 1: What On Earth Are We Doing? There Are No Environmental Problems. How Did We Get Here? From Western Thought to "Wise Use". Where Do We Go From Here? Developing an Ecological Worldview. Part 2: Psychology for a Sustainable Future. Psychology Can Help Save the Planet. The Power of the (Unsustainable) Situation. It's not Easy Thinking Green. Putting the "I" in Environment. To Be (Green), or Not to Be (Green)...It's a Question of Motivation. Part 3: What's Good for the Planet is Good for Us. Making Ourselves Sick: Health Costs of Unsustainable Living. Healing the Split Between Planet and Self: We All Need to Walk on the Wild Side. Part 4: Getting Psyched for Sustainability: Being the Change We Want to See. Appendix: Self-Change Project.
Britain A. Scott is Professor of Psychology at the University of St. Thomas. Elise L. Amel is Professor of Psychology and Director of Environmental Studies at the University of St. Thomas. Susan M. Koger is Professor of Psychology at Willamette University in Oregon. Christie M. Manning is Associate Director of the Educating Sustainability Ambassadors program and a Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Macalester College.