The increase in repeated disasters and associated social stressors linked to global warming is likely to affect the mental wellbeing of billions of persons in the 21st century.
Environmental factors in addition to climate change—air pollution, toxins, noise—seem to have detrimental psychological repercussions.
Climate medicine: What was once on the radar of just a handful of physicians has exploded into awareness, alarm, and sometimes debate and skepticism. No matter how you look at it, psychiatrists are on the front lines.
The Clean Air Act (CAA) turned 55 years old last year. Most millennials and Gen Xers have had little idea what this legislation has meant for us, even though it may have given us each almost a year of productive life.
A radical and urgent perspective about the realities of climate change.
Nature provides both physical and psychological benefits. How does this healing through exposure to nature occur?
Hurricane Maria was the wakeup call many Puerto Ricans needed to become active in social justice efforts. Their story serves as an example of transformational resilience.
No doubt the climate is changing dramatically, and the evidence of profound heat waves and their impacts confront us in large and small ways on a regular basis.
A climate change and mental health pioneer goes down memory lane with the Times.
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.