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The Australian Bushfires, Drought and Mental Health Survey collected data from across Australia on climate and mental health factors. We have data on climate change beliefs, personal experiences with climate disaster, climate anxiety, other mental health factors, and demographics. We are preparing analyses for publication and dissemination. We welcome collaboration. Please contact us if you are interested in working together in this area. Additional studies are in progress and will contribute towards our understanding of climate anxiety, disaster experiences, and mental health outcomes. Our second study on Climate and Mental Health will follow-up on climate anxiety symptoms, in relation to other psychosocial variab les. This study is aimed at youth and adults with aims to better understand which demographic groups may be more affected by climate anxiety, and directions on how to confront what appears to be a growing societal problem.
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