Does climate change create a sense of hopelessness? Here are some ways to deal with it
This summer, millions of Americans are directly experiencing the effects of climate change, from triple-digit temperatures to smoke from wildfires to bleached coral reefs in warming oceans. For some, growing concern over climate change can turn into a sense of hopelessness that psychologists call climate anxiety. Joined by Climate Psychotherapist Leslie Davenport to chat with John Young.
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