About: Azim Shariff
- Azim Shariff is an assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Oregon where he studies moral, cultural and social psychology. Dr. Shariff's primary line of research explores the evolutionary origins of and psychological mechanisms underlying moral/pro-social behavior, with a special focus on the positive and negative social consequences of religions and related cultural systems.
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- Floods: new tools and strategies January 22, 2015
- Obama: “Climate change poses immediate risks to our national security” January 22, 2015
- On the recent US-China agreement on climate change January 21, 2015
- 2014: the warmest year on the record January 19, 2015
- Impacts of climate change on the Venetian Lagoon January 14, 2015
- Are we failing to stop climate change?
- From uncertainty to risk: new languages in climate change communication
- No jobs on a dead planet: climate justice, gender equality and quality jobs on the road toward Paris 2015
- Land grabbing: exploring challenges and implications for water, energy and food security
- Hidden hunger and the carbon dioxide effect on nutritional values of food