Mental wellbeing in environmental & climate context

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Traditional studies on the impact of environmental and climate changes have predominantly focused on physical health. However, these changes also contribute to rising mental health and psychosocial issues linked to socio-economic threats. This includes a range of disorders from emotional distress to the exacerbation of existing mental health conditions, often referred to as climate-related psychological distress. There is a growing recognition of the need to address mental health and psychosocial support in response to environmental and climate change. Urgent action is required to understand the threats these changes pose to mental health and wellbeing, especially for vulnerable populations.

This Case Study aims to collect and analyze mental wellbeing data alongside environmental data to develop a comprehensive understanding of mental health impacts. The project seeks to create integrated risk monitoring systems, map environmental hotspots, and provide solutions for better preparedness and response capacity.

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