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Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 16, Issue 18 (September-2 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Climate change is increasing the risk of flooding in countries like the UK. The economic costs are [...] Read more. Climate change is increasing the risk of flooding in countries like the UK. The economic costs are well-established. However, floods and other extreme weather events also take a toll on people’s mental health. Because these events are unpredictable in timing and location, much of the evidence comes from small-scale studies of people whose homes have been damaged. To complement this evidence, we need larger representative surveys with robust measures of the mental health of both exposed and non-exposed populations. Our paper provides this wider perspective. View this paper