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  • Climate change causes ‘ecoanxiety’
  • Climate change causes ‘ecoanxiety’
    Alejandro Vaccarili (2016) ©
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Climate change causes ‘ecoanxiety’

The looming threat of climate change and the after-effects of natural disasters have borne a new-found mental health condition called ‘ecoanxiety’, which is increasingly taking its toll on people's psychological states as the effects of a warming planet are realised.

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