Climate change and mental health: a causal pathways framework

@article{Berry2009ClimateCA,
  title={Climate change and mental health: a causal pathways framework},
  author={Helen Louise Berry and Kathryn J. Bowen and Tord Kjellstrom},
  journal={International Journal of Public Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={55},
  pages={123-132}
}
Climate change will bring more frequent, long lasting and severe adverse weather events and these changes will affect mental health. We propose an explanatory framework to enhance consideration of how these effects may operate and to encourage debate about this important aspect of the health impacts of climate change. Literature review. Climate change may affect mental health directly by exposing people to trauma. It may also affect mental health indirectly, by affecting (1) physical health… CONTINUE READING
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