Climate change, mental health studied | guelphmercury

A big thanks to Samantha Beattie and the Guelph Mercury for highlighting some of the work our Inuit Mental Health and Adaptation to Climate Change (IMHACC) team has been doing in Nunatsiavut around the linkages between climate change and mental health in the North.

Climate change, mental health studied | guelphmercury.

To add to this article, a digital story created by Melva Williams from Rigolet, explains how climate change is effecting mental health and well-being in the region right now.

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