Climate change is threatening mental health, psychologists say
Howard Kurtzman, the executive director for science at the American Psychological Association, has some advice for people who need to or want to talk about climate change in a constructive, mentally healthy way.
Climate's effect on mental well-being undersold — study
Climate change is beginning to take a significant toll on mental health, the American Psychological Association warned in a paper released today.
We've got your sea-level-rise studies right here
"I want to see the study."
'Climatopolis' author says to focus on consequences, not causes
Protecting urbanites could be a bipartisan issue, argues economist Matthew Kahn, whose 2010 book "Climatopolis: How Our Cities Will Thrive in the Hotter Future" ushered in new ways of thinking about adapting cities to climate change.
Warming means people will have to move. The question is how
People will be on the move as sea levels rise and the climate changes, but how societies handle what's known as "managed retreat" will determine whether those worldwide population shifts are orderly or cataclysmic events.