Welcome to

Teaching Psychology for Sustainability

REVISIONS UNDERWAY! As of February 2022, we are currently working on updating this site. We invite suggestions from users for additions, deletions, and other improvements. If you teach psychology for sustainability, please share your ideas with us: syllabi, student activities, multimedia resources, etc. We would love to include you in our List of Contributors!

This site was originally created with the support of a 2005 Instructional Resource Award from the Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology. We appreciate the technical assistance and site design created by Erin Scott, Wylde Hare LLC. 

Britain A. Scott, Ph.D., University of St. Thomas, and Susan M. Koger, Ph.D., Willamette University

Click on one of the items below to get started:

Overview of the TeachGreenPsych Site

The primary cause of all “environmental problems” is human behavior. Learn more about the background on why this site was created; explore some “general resources to help you get started”; and see a list of the instructors who have generously contributed to the materials on this site.

Introduction to the Instructor Resources

Resources containing lecture/discussion topics; class activities; multimedia resources; suggested readings for students; and references cited on the page.