Climate Change and Homelessness: Generating a Response Framework

This project, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, was designed to provide policy, service, and research directions as they relate to this topic – drawing on the best available expertise globally alongside systematic reviews of the literature.
 
The first literature review was just published in the Journal of Urban Health:
Global Climate Implications for Homelessness: A Scoping Review
 
This work follows upon early work in this area published on the Homeless Hub: 
Research Summary: Health of the Homeless and Climate Change

The project was initiated in 2020, and is led by Dr. Sean Kidd, Psychologist and Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. Collaborators include Drs. Kwame McKenzie  (Wellesley Institute), Susan Greco (University of Toronto), Vicky Stergiopoulos (University of Toronto/Centre for Addiction and Mental Health), Samantha Wells (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health), Stephen Gaetz (York University), Michael Kral (Wayne State University), and Elliott Cappell (WSP Canada).
 
For more information contact: Mariya.Bezgrebelna@camh.ca
 

Publication Date: 
2020