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There’s no question that climate change is having a devastating effect on our environment and communities. Yet, one often overlooked aspect is the impact it has on mental health. There are clear links between climate-related events and anxiety, grief, depression, violence, and suicide. In an uncertain world shaped by climate change, prioritizing mental health care is imperative for fostering resilience and well-being. On May 14, 2024, Kaiser Permanente and the World Economic Forum invite you to our upcoming event as part of the Connecting Climate Change and Health series. Together, we’ll shine a spotlight on the profound connection between climate change and mental health. We will bring together leaders from diverse sectors to share valuable resources and insights for prioritizing mental health and equity, with a focus on the workforce, youth, and families. Join us in charting a path toward a healthier, more resilient future for all, guided by the hope that collective action can drive meaningful change. KEYNOTE: Hawai’i Governor Josh Green, MD FEATURING Shyam Bishen, PhD, MBA, Head, Centre for Health and Healthcare, Executive Committee Member,World Economic Forum Andrea Mechelli, PhD, Professor, King’s College London Anne C. Toledo, MD, Chief, Urgent Care, Kaiser Permanente, Northwest Permanente Medical Group Jennifer Uchendu, Founder, SustyVibes Britt Wray, PhD, Director, CIRCLE at Stanford Psychiatry More speakers to be added soon! REGISTER

DATE Tuesday, May 14, 2024 TIME 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. EDT / 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. CET
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