Greenland residents traumatised by climate emergency

Having wrote a post yesterday on ‘Climate Change Anxiety‘ I see the Guardian newspaper had a couple of articles on climate change and mental health. Both worth reading – see links below:

Mental health at the heart of the climate crisis
Greenland’s melting has been adopted by the world as its own problem. But for the islanders grieving their dissolving world, the crisis is personal, and dangerous.

Okjökull glacier on September 7, 1986. (Photo Credit: NASA Earth Observatory)

The climate crisis is causing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety to people in Greenland who are struggling to reconcile the traumatic impact of global heating with their traditional way of life.

Okjökull glacier on August 1, 2019. (Photo Credit: NASA Earth Observatory)

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