Back in February, former Grist fellow Clayton Aldern produced a series exploring the connections between a shifting environment and the human brain. It was nerdy, fascinating, highly researched — and dare we say — ultra Grist-y. If you missed it, take a look here.
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This story was originally published by Grist with the headline This is your brain on climate change. on Dec 1, 2016.