Mental Health in a Changing Climate: The Effects on Youth, Women and Newcomers

An examination of the impacts of climate change on the physical and mental well-being of youth, women and newcomers.

Feb 07, 2020   •   Climate Resilience, Research

With support from the Canadian Environmental Grantmakers Network and the Ivey Foundation, the Greenbelt Foundation and the Alliance for Healthier Communities explore the effects of climate change on youth, women and newcomers.

Researcher Catherine Macdonald from Alliance for Healthier Communities and Katie Hayes, PhD candidate at University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health examine the impacts of climate change on the physical and mental well-being of youth, women and newcomers - groups most often at risk of facing barriers to care - and local support options and programs in and around the Greenbelt region.

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An examination of the impacts of climate change on the physical and mental well-being of youth, women and newcomers.

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