Catch up with our blog posts on sustainability, written by psychiatrists who are passionate about what needs to be done to prevent a climate crisis and ecological crisis.
Dr Dan Harwood, a consultant in older adult psychiatry and member of the Planetary Health and Sustainability Committee, shares his own personal and professional reflections connecting with nature.
Dr Katie Blissard Barnes - a member of the College's Sustainability and Planetary Health Committee - signposts some great resources for psychiatrists looking to better understand, and implement, sustainable practices ...
Dr Lisa Page, the College’s Associate Registrar for Sustainability, reflects on what she has seen at COP and on some win-win situations where climate change improvements would also lead to ...
Dr Katherine Kennet, the College’s Social Prescribing Lead, reports back from COP26 on the importance of green spaces and nature for mental health.
Dr Nick Barnes spoke to dozens of young people at COP26 - here he summarises their key asks and calls passionately for action to achieve them.
Professor Bernadka Dubicka's blog post offers five ideas after a thought-provoking first week at COP26.
Dr Nick Barnes has spent the week at COP26 - are the right voices being heard?
Dr Elaine Lockhart has been inspired by artists, scientists and businesspeople at COP26 as she considers how we can support young people worried about the climate crisis.
Dr Nick Barnes celebrates NHS England's position on climate change but asks that mental health is not left behind.
Join Dr Catriona Mellor on the road to COP26, as she provides a daily diary from Ride for their Lives, and heads on two wheels to Glasgow.
Dr Haley Pinto from the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare (CSH) writes a guest post about the climate crisis and about a new CSH course on Sustainable Mental Healthcare, that was ...
Dr Guy Harvey looks at different ways to get people to pay attention to the climate crisis.