Climate change has been implicated in many things but mental health is new.  A report titled A Climate of Suffering: The Real Costs of Living with Inaction on Climate Change by the Climate Institute says climate change could mean more than direct problems for the environment.

Australians are generally pissed off now, it says, and that will only get worse when there are more droughts, heat waves and wild fires.   Traditionally, disasters bring people together and make communities act in unison but they contend this will be different; families will be torn apart and anxiety will spike.

They're framing the issue differently than most - they say action on climate change is an investment in preventative health care.