Climate change rattles mental health of Inuit in Labrador
'Grief, mourning, anger, frustration' over environmental changes
CBC News Posted: Jan 10, 2014
Researchers studying the mental health and well-being of Inuit populations in coastal Labrador say rising temperatures are having damaging psychological effects on people in traditional communities.
'Many people said they also felt very depressed about not being able to get out there on the land'- Ashlee Cunsolo Willox, researcher for Inuit Mental Health Adaptation to Climate Change project