Rising temperatures erode human sleep globally

  title={Rising temperatures erode human sleep globally},
  author={Kelton Minor and Andreas Bjerre-Nielsen and Sigga Svala Jonasdottir and Sune Lehmann and Nick Obradovich},
  journal={One Earth},

Thoughts about the Thermal Environment and the Development of Human Civilisation

Thermal conditions are the most challenging factors in studying human biometeorology, indoor and outdoor design, and adaptation to climate change. The thermal environment is always present and shapes

Changes in day–night dominance of combined day and night heatwave events in China during 1979–2018

China has experienced varying degrees of increase or decrease in daytime and nighttime heatwaves, but studies have mostly been at the site or grid scale, and it remains unclear how daytime and

Planetary sleep medicine: Studying sleep at the individual, population, and planetary level

Circadian rhythms are a series of endogenous autonomous oscillators that are generated by the molecular circadian clock which coordinates and synchronizes internal time with the external environment

Factoring and correlation in sleep, fatigue and mental workload of clinical first-line nurses in the post-pandemic era of COVID-19: A multi-center cross-sectional study

In the post-COVID-19 pandemic era, the high prevalence of sleep disorders and fatigue emphasizes the importance of paying enough attention to the mental health of nurses in first-class tertiary hospitals.

Temperature and Mental Health: Evidence from Helpline Calls

This paper studies the short-term effects of ambient temperature on mental health using data on nearly half a million helpline calls in Germany. Leveraging location-based routing of helpline calls and



Realization of Paris Agreement pledges may limit warming just below 2 °C.

Over the last five years prior to the Glasgow Climate Pact1, 154 Parties have submitted new or updated 2030 mitigation goals in their nationally determined contributions and 76 have put forward

Association Between Ambient Heat and Risk of Emergency Department Visits for Mental Health Among US Adults, 2010 to 2019

This case-crossover study examines the association between higher warm-season temperatures and the number of mental health–related emergency department visits by US adults with health insurance.

Determinants of emissions pathways in the coupled climate-social system.

The ambition and effectiveness of climate policies will be essential in determining greenhouse gas emissions and, as a consequence, the scale of climate change impacts1,2. However, the

Plausible 2005–2050 emissions scenarios project between 2 °C and 3 °C of warming by 2100

Emissions scenarios used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are central to climate change research and policy. Here, we identify subsets of scenarios of the IPCC’s 5th (AR5) and

Anthropogenic emissions and urbanization increase risk of compound hot extremes in cities

Urban areas are experiencing strongly increasing hot temperature extremes. However, these urban heat events have seldom been the focus of traditional detection and attribution analysis designed for

Climate Change and Children’s Mental Health: A Developmental Perspective

  • F. VergunstH. Berry
  • Psychology
    Clinical psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science
  • 2022
Climate change is a major global public-health challenge that will have wide-ranging impacts on human psychological health and well-being. Children and adolescents are at particular risk because of