Mental Health & Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, & Practices

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Join the Fraser Basin Council, the BC Climate and Health Network, and our panelists for an engaging discussion that will:

FRAME & DISCUSS the psychological impacts of climate change on human mental health and well-being;
EXPLORE examples of how some organizations and communities are working with the psychological dimensions of climate change in emergency response, adaptation and capacity building;
REFLECT on practices and tools that practitioners can use to intentionally work with and address the psychological aspects of climate change.

Judy Wu, Masters of Public Health student at UBC and Sustainability Scholar with Fraser Basin Council
Dr. Renée Lertzman, Psychologist and Founder of Project Inside Out
Emily Dicken, Director, Northshore Emergency Management


Event Date Mar 12, 2021 11:00 to Mar 12, 2021 12:30
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