How Divestment Links to Mental Health

In this week's episode I talk about how divestment links to mental health and supports improving public health across the globe. Continue Reading How Divestment Links to Mental Health

Welcome to the 196th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s theme for the podcast is all about anxiety linked to the climate crisis, chaos and injustice. In today’s episode, I talk about how divestment links to mental health.

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In today’s show on How Divestment Links to Mental Health

  • The definition of divestment [02.06]
  • Why divestment in fossil fuel is so essential. [03.35]
  • How divestment can improve everyone’s mental health globally. [04:49]
  • Why systems must change to protect people’s mental health. [05.06]
  • What we can all do to encourage divestment and improve climate injustice. [10:15]

Quotes on How Divestment Links to Mental Health

  • Divestment is essential if we want to improve global mental health.
  • There is significant evidence that demonstrates that mental ill health and the climate emergency crisis and injustice are interlinked.
  • Increasing rates of climate-related hazards are exacerbating existing mental health problems.
  • The irony of supporting mental health in a dying world seems lost on the people elected to make the most difficult decisions.

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