Climate and Mind

Where the mind goes

Climate and Mind aims to explore how climate change impacts our thoughts, emotions, and behavior.

“We bring together resources and ideas from a range of disciplines (including social work, psychology, public health, education, anthropology, disaster mental health, and more) to help improve understanding and discussion about how humans cope with climate change and other ecological crises.”

Creator Andrew Bryant has compiled a wide-range of resources and reports on eco-anxiety and other climate-mental-health intersections. Check out the library of reports, an overview of ecofascism, and an excellent set of tips for getting help with your climate anxiety

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