All eco-anxiety


Wildfires, a melting arctic, rising sea levels – many will recognise the deep unease these headlines create within ourselves. While concern about the future is a normal response, an increasing number of people experience profound feelings of depression and grief relating to the environment.


Eco-anxiety, climate grief and all of those other emotions are perfectly rational responses to the unfolding situation – but yet, we have to find a way to balance them, to function in the world, because there is still hope and we can still make a difference. So where do we start?

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