Social and Environmental Health

CSC Researchers examine the inter-relationships between social and environmental health. Key areas of research include an examination of climate variability, state policies and the wellbeing of humans and non-humans. Recent projects include:

  • drought and its relation to mental distress and suicide
  • local and global politics of water use and its impact on social inclusion
  • non-humans and environmental change
  • social psychology and health
  • (dis)ability and inclusion

Areas of study and research

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