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Albrecht, G. (2010). Solastalgia and the creation of new ways of living. In Nature and culture: rebuilding lost connections. London: Earthscan.

Albrecht, G. (2006). Solastalgia: Environmental damage has made it possible to be homesick without leaving home. Alternatives Journal, 32, 34-36.

Albrecht, G. (2017). Solastalgia and the new mourning. In Mourning nature: Hope at the heart of ecological loss and grief. Montreal: MQUP.

Bell, J., Brubaker, M., Graves, K., & Berner, J.(2010). Climate change and mental health: Uncertainty and vulnerability for Alaska natives. CCH Bulletin, 3, 1-10.

Bourque, F., Cunsulo Willox, A. (2014). Climate change: The next change for public mental health? International Review of Psychiatry, 26, 415-422.

Clayton, S., Manning, C. & Hodge, C. (2014). Beyond storms and droughts: The psychological impacts of climate change. Washington, D.C.: APA.

Cunsulo, A. (2017). Climate change as the work of mourning. In Mourning nature: Hope at the heart of ecological loss and grief. Montreal: MQUP.

Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S. L.., Ford, J. D., Houle, K., & Edge, V. L. (2012). "From this place and of this place": Climate change, sense of place, and health in Nunatsiavut, Canada. Social Science & Medicine, 75, 538-547.

Cunsulo Willox, A. (2012). Lament for the land: On the impacts of climate change on mental and emotional health and well-being in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada. Guelph, Ontario, Canada: University of Guelph.

Dean, J. G., Stain, H. J. (2010). Mental health impact for adolescents living with prolonged drought. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 18, 32-37.

Hayes, K., & Poland, B. (2018). Addressing mental health in a changing climate: Incorporating mental health indicators in to climate change and health vulnerability and adaptation assessments. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 806.

Horton, G., Hanna, L., & Kelly, B. (2010). Drought, dying, and climate change: Emerging health issues for ageing Australians in rural areas. Australasian Journal of Ageing, 29, 2-7.

Lynn, K., Daigle, J., Hoffman, J., Lake, F., Michelle, N., Ranco, D....Williams, P. (2013). The impacts of climate change on tribal traditional foods. Climate Change, 120, 545-556.

Petrasek MacDonald, J., Cunsolo Willox, A., Ford, J. D., Shiwak, I., & Wood, M. (2015). Protective factors for mental health and well-being in a changing climate: Perspectives from Inuit youth in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Social Science & Medicine, 141, 133-141.

Proudley, M. (2013). Place matters. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 28. Retrieved from https://ajem.infoservices.com.au/items/AJEM-28-02-03

Sandilands, C. (2017). Losing my place: Landscapes of depression. In Mourning nature: Hope at the heart of ecological loss and grief. Montreal: MQUP.

Sartore, G. M., Kelly, B., Stain, H., Albrecht, G., & Higginbotham, N. (2008). Control, uncertainty, and expectations for the future: A qualitative study of the impact of drought on a rural Australian community. Rural and Remote Health, 950, 1-14.

Scannel, L., Cox, R., & Fletcher, S. (2017). Place-based loss and resilience among disaster-affected youth. Journal of Community Psychology, 45, 859-876.

Scannel, L., Cox, R., Fletcher, S., Heykoop, C. (2016). "That was the last time I saw my house": The importance of place attachment among children and youth in disaster contexts. American Journal of Community Psychology, 58, 158-173.

Whitmore-Williams, S. C., Manning, C., Krygsman, K., & Speiser, M. (2017). Mental health and our changing climate: Impacts, implications, and  guidance. Washington, D.C.: APA.