Interoception may be less well known than the “outward facing” senses such as sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell, but it has enormous consequences for your wellbeing. Scientists have shown that our sensitivity to interoceptive signals can determine our capacity to regulate our emotions, and our subsequent susceptibility to mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.
Announcing a lighter companion to our System Change journal. The second issue is now available: Please see the first copy :
What can be done to increase the share of electricity generated by renewable energy installations? Read this policy briefing from Jonathan Moss: