Climate Change and
Youth Mental Health

Funded by Blue Shield of California with support from the Climate Mental Health Network and Global Fund for Mental Health, this report was led by the See Change Institute. The report: (1) synthesizes current research on climate and mental health with a focus on youth and BIPOC, (2) shares a framework of the key components of climate resilience / anxiety interventions, and (3) highlights promising approaches in schools, families, communities, and clinical settings for climate anxiety support.

Click here for the report. Click here to watch the recording of a webinar about the report's release.

Media and
Tech Tools Survey

Over 1,000 people responded to our survey about how climate change affects their mental health and what media and tech tools might be helpful. Click here for the results.

Teachers Survey and Focus Groups 

National survey of teachers about their students climate emotions, what tools and resources are currently available and needed for schools to better support students climate mental health. Done in partnership with Julianna Russo a graduate student at the New School. We are now conducting focus groups with teachers.