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The case for systems thinking about climate change and mental health

April 16, 2018



"It is increasingly necessary to quantify the impacts of climate change on populations, and to quantify the effectiveness of mitigation and adaptation strategies"


In a recently published Nature article, a group of experts working on Systems Approach to Public Health revealed the inextricable links between climate change and mental health and discusses how Systems Approach can help link up these issues with research policy agendas.


Read up the article here.


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