Tag Archives: Beyond Storms & Droughts: The Psychological Impacts of Climate Change
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How Climate Change Affects Our Mental Health – and What to Do About It

We’ve talked often on this blog about the health impacts of climate change. Health professionals as well as government leaders are increasingly aware that carbon pollution exacerbates respiratory illnesses and vector-borne diseases – and they also know that we can save thousands of lives and millions of dollars by fighting climate change. But less well […]

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The Psychological Toll of Climate Change

Awareness of climate change is at an all-time high – yet only one in three Americans feels that people in the U.S. are currently being harmed. That may be because the impacts of climate change aren’t always obvious things like storms or floods. Sometimes the effects are more gradual and indirect, but they can undermine […]

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Register Now: APA/ecoAmerica Webinar on the Psychological Impacts of Climate Change

The American Psychological Association (APA) and ecoAmerica invite you to join us for a free webinar on the psychological impacts of climate change.   At this point, most leaders and policymakers have a solid understanding of the physical impacts of climate change, like increases in the frequency and severity of floods, storms, and droughts. But […]

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