Social and emotional wellbeing in climate change is emerging as an area of urgent research need. Group members are working together to explore evidence gaps and to harness trans-disciplinary expertise to find innovative ways of addressing social and emotional health challenges relating to climate change.

Our network boasts membership from academics from across a wide range of disciplines at UQ, as well as other universities and research institutes. 

We are also proud to include government, industry and community collaborators to help guide our research priorities and ultimately our ability to translate our research into actions that can be implemented to improve social and emotional wellbeing in climate change.

Non-UQ academic members

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Government, industry and community collaborators

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UQ academic members