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Anxiety to Action - Finding the positives in eco-anxiety
When does normal concern about the planet become climate anxiety? Who does eco-anxiety affect and what can we do about it? Dr Emma Lawrance, Mental Health Innovations Fellow at the Institute of Global Health Innovation explores these questions and more as a guest on PlanetPod.
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Mental health in a changing climate
As part of the Resilience Hub, we held one of the first official events on the interplay between climate change and mental health at COP 26. We explored the impact climate change has on our minds and how to use our emotions, passions, and skills to implement meaningful climate action.
Read our COP 26 event summary