B.B.A. Ll.B. - 3rd Year
Mody University, Rajasthan
This article gives an overview of the present and predicted risks and implications of climate change on mental health, as well as recommendations for priority measures to address climate change's mental health consequences. The following three points are made by the authors: To begin with, while attributing mental health outcomes to particular climate change hazards remains difficult, there are several possibilities for additional empirical study in the subject of mental health and climate change to improve the field. Second, the risks and effects of global warming on psychological disorders are already rapidly increasing, resulting in a variety of direct, indirect, and overarching effects that disproportionately affect the most marginalized; and third, treatments to act on climate change and drug addiction must be integrated and steeped in active hope to solve the problem holistically. The discussion paper closes with solutions for priority environmental agreements consistency's mental health effects.
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