Global warming trends and changes in weather patterns have caused increased droughts, floods, wildfires, hurricanes, heat waves, and other natural disasters across the globe.
There’s more to climate change than just the weather, though. Recent research demonstrates a clear link between global warming and environmental racism, and studies confirm a definitive connection between climate change and mental health.The simple truth is climate change is contributing to widespread psychological distress at an alarming rate.
A review of more than 50 studies suggests that global warming might be contributing to an increase in death by suicide. It’s safe to say we now have a pretty concrete understanding of how much climate events can lead to increased and prolonged stress, depression, and anxiety.Read more on talkspace.com