Diagnosing Brain Pollution

Advertising is fuelling the climate emergency by promoting polluting products and lifestyles, and it also has a damaging effect on personal wellbeing, write Andrew Simms and Emilie Tricarico. The dangers of this ‘brain pollution’ are the subject of a new non-government campaign, Ministry for the Climate Emergency, run by Badverts, which highlights the role of advertising in fuelling the climate emergency. “In studies, brain pollution is also seen to contaminate the human sense of care and compassion towards others,” the authors write.

tinyurl.com/ecologist-brain-pollution ...


There are approximately 367 more words in this article.

To read the rest of this article, please buy this issue, or join the Resurgence Trust. As a member you will receive access to the complete archive of magazines from May 1966.

Buy Issue Join Us

If you are already a member, please Sign in