Anxiety Linked to the Climate Crisis

In this week's podcast episode I talk about anxiety linked to the climate crisis and how workplaces can support staff and the climate. Continue Reading Anxiety Linked to the Climate Crisis

Welcome to the 193rd episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s theme for the podcast is all about anxiety linked to the climate crisis. 

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In today’s show on Anxiety Linked to the Climate Crisis

  • About my TEDx talk [00:39]
  • More on the fossil fuel divestment movement.[02.49]
  • The definition of the climate crisis. [02:27]
  • Research that demonstrates how the climate crisis is affecting people’s mental health. [07.30]
  • What workplaces can do to take action on anxiety and climate change. [10:40]

Quotes on Anxiety Linked to the Climate Crisis

  • Anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems we can face.
  • Most of us have experienced anxiety at some point in our lives.
  • The climate crisis, chaos and justice are disproportionately affecting global majority communities and the Global South.
  • Working lives are becoming increasingly difficult as people’s jobs expose them to significant health and safety risks.
  • There are so many things workplaces can do to support anxiety about climate change.

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