Eco-anxiety is an emerging area of mental health research. The mental health outcomes of specific hazards, eco-grief, and eco-anxiety disproportionately impact certain communities and deepen inequity.

On Tuesday, October 1, 2020, from 1:30-2:30 EDT, join the Climate Risk Institute for a webinar that will explore how to measure and monitor the mental health consequences of climate change and the role of climate change and health assessments in supporting an understanding of risks, impacts, and adaptation opportunities.

The webinar is supported by Natural Resources Canada through Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Platform.

Presenter:

  • Dr. Katie Hayes, Policy Analyst, Climate Change and Innovation Bureau, Health Canada

Register in advance for this webinar here