A comprehensive approach to mental health requires a clear understanding of the interconnections among wider determinants of mental health, shifting the focus away from the individual to the context in which they live. There is growing evidence of the association between mental health and the environment.
The objective of this webinar is to support an understanding of the relationship between environment and mental health, both in terms of risk and protective factors. Special attention will be deserved to those groups which are disproportionately at risk from climate change–related hazards, depending on existing vulnerabilities and inequalities. The mutual benefits of actions that contribute to climate change mitigation – with positive effects on mental health and vice versa – will be highlighted.
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Date: Wednesday 22 February 2023, 11.00 – 12.30 CET, Brussels time