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.
There’s an old joke about change: How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb? Just one, but the light bulb really has to want to change.
The profound effects of climate change on mental health have become increasingly difficult to ignore.
While some psychiatrists may doubt the connection between climate disruption and psychiatric disorders, the evidence is growing stronger every day.
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.