Edwin Jewett: The Climate Emergency Calls for a New Approach to Mental Health

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The Climate Emergency Calls for a New Approach to Mental Health
Yves here. I don’t mean to sound churlish, but devastation is a regular feature of human experience. It’s not hard to make a list. The firebombings of World War II. The Black Plague. The Mongol conquests. The US naplaming much of Laos. One can argue that the purpose of major religions is to reconcile humans to the inevitability of suffering and death. So the focus on mental health costs of climate disasters, in your humble blogger’s opinion, is a reflection of poor social health going into these crises.

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