Mental health, happiness and climate change are inter-related

  • A year ago, Dr Lisa Page and Dr Louise Howard from the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London published a report in which they expressed their concerns about the potential (and much undiscussed) mental health consequences of climate change. The negative impacts on mental health range from anxiety resulting from emerging infectious disease outbreaks to post-traumatic stress disorder following natural disasters.

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