Research To Address Youth Climate-Mental Health in US K-12 Schools
The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), the University of California, Berkeley, and the Climate Mental Health Network are collaborating on a research study of middle school teachers to learn more about student emotions related to climate change, and what resources would help educators respond to and support those reactions in their classrooms.
IRB Approval #2022-10-15699
This study is currently in progress and we are no longer accepting new participants.
We were pleased to welcome US Deputy Surgeon General, Rear Admiral (RADM) Denise Hinton, and other esteemed panelists to our webinar, "Climate Change and Mental Health: Educating for Resilience", that examined the mental health impacts of climate change and the role of healthcare professionals, educators, and community leaders in addressing climate emotions with youth populations. Watch the recording below.
Climate Change and Mental Health: Educating for Resilience
Watch this important webinar with guest speaker Deputy U.S. Surgeon General, Rear Admiral (RADM) Denise Hinton which examines the mental health impacts of climate change and how to address climate emotions with youth populations.
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