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Eco-anxiety. Climate guilt. Pre-traumatic stress disorder. Solastalgia. The study of environmental emotions and related mental health impacts is a rapidly growing field, but most researchers overlook a closely related concern: reproductive anxiety. Climate Anxiety and the Kid Question is the first comprehensive study of how environmental emotions influence whether, when, and why people today decide to become parents—or not. Join author Jade S. Sasser (SEHE and GSST) for a book talk, followed by a conversation with Kalina Michalska (Psychology) about climate emotions and the need for culturally appropriate mental and emotional health services to ensure climate justice for vulnerable communities. Followed by celebration and refreshments.

Sponsored by the Department of Society, Environment and Health Equity; the Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies; and the Center for Ideas and Society.


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