Climate Psychiatry at APA 2023
Psychiatric Times’ climate editor previews the climate events at this year’s American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
Bipartisan Legislation Seeks to Expand US Approach to Mental Health
Legislation includes a CDC community public health approach to build mental wellness and resilience.
Resolution 420: A Golden Opportunity for Sustainable Care
The climate crisis is increasingly challenging human well-being. What can the psychiatric field do to help?
Climate Psychiatry 101
What is the clinical impact of climate psychiatry?
Fostering Human Connection in a Sustainable Virtual World
How can psychiatry meet its ethical duty to mitigate climate change while also promoting collegiality at conferences?
Can Psychiatry Sustain Connections While Hosting Sustainable Conferences?
Sustainability is more than just cutting carbon emissions. It means creating a system where all of us can thrive—not just survive.
It Takes a Village to Take Care of a Planet
All together, right now, no matter what it takes-only this attitude can unite our response to the climate catastrophe that is the imminent consequence of our many small everyday actions.
Trouble in Paradise: Carbon-Fuel Air Pollution Linked to Disorders Across the Lifespan
We cannot protect our patients without protecting our planet. This means a personal and professional commitment to green our activities by considering the carbon effects of how we do our work.
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