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Can Living Sustainably Improve Your Mental Health

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We live in a warming world.  Research shows that our emissions are causing droughts, rising sea levels, worsening weather events and melting the ice-caps. This will make life in the future harder. Climate change will likely cause refugee crises, wipe out entire ecosystems and hasten disastrous weather events like hurricanes — it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed by this reality. …

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Airhead Founders Call for Change as Study Suggests Exposure to Polluted Air Causes Reduction in Sperm Count

The Airhead team say the public need to be aware of the negative impacts of air pollution on the body and how to better protect themselves 3rd November, 2021: The founders of an anti-pollution mask are on a mission to raise awareness of a new study which has suggested air pollution reduces sperm count by causing inflammation in the brain. The shocking data …

Can working less save the planet?

Producing too much stuff is hurting the planet, so we should attack the problem at the source, argues Simon Kuper in the Financial Times. More than 60% of all greenhouse gases can be traced back to consumption, calculated Norwegian researchers, which is why people in developed countries should work less, earn less and spend less. A four-day working week would help, Kuper …

Top Tips For Adapting To An Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

There are various different factors that may cause you to experience anxiety in your daily life. However, did you know that 41% of adults globally view climate change as a ‘very serious threat’, and as such, a cause of concern in their daily lives? This is due to the fact that climate change will have an impact on mental health …

CLIMATE CHANGE

How to cope with climate despair

Climate despair has become a growing trend. I am meeting clients (and friends for that matter) that are increasingly anxious about the state of our planet. Climate change is becoming a real issue. I’m not sure about you but I have noticed that there seems to be increased flooding, increased fires, and general unease in our natural habitats. Thankfully, there …

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Climate change and its impact on mental health worldwide

There is enough for us to worry about without adding climate change to the mix. As we move forward and ‘progress’ (moot point), we diagnose and understand more mental health disorders. I can already see that there will, in the future, be a disorder linked to the stress and anxiety from modern technology. When we can’t get a phone or …