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1.  Finding the Antidote to Climate Anxiety in Stories About Taking Action  

2022-12-10
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Inside Climate News
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The video opens the way many TikToks do: an unsteady close-up of someone talking, with the contours of a bright living room visible behind her. “Extremely good news,” she says. “We are going to prevent between a half and a whole degree of warming.”  In the 55-second clip, which features emojis, soun...

2.  The week around the world in 20 pictures  

2022-11-04
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Climate crisis | The Guardian
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Northern Lights illuminate the night sky over Tromsø, Russian attacks on critical facilities in Ukraine, and a crowd crush during a Halloween festival in Seoul – the most striking images this week Continue reading...

3.  ‘It was like an apocalyptic movie’: 20 climate photographs that changed the world  

2022-11-05
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Climate crisis | The Guardian
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They are the images that made us sit up and take notice. As world leaders gather for Cop27, these pictures prove that global heating isn’t a distant possibility – it’s already hereFor a week in July 2018, a giant 100m-tall iceberg loomed over a tiny village on the west coast of Greenland. Villagers wer...

4.  People doubt their actions affect climate change. Is that a bad thing?  

2022-08-23
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Grist
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More Americans are blaming corporations, not individuals, for the climate crisis, a new poll shows.

5.  ‘The World as We Knew It’: Sadness and grief eloquently expressed  

2022-08-03
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Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Starting from the premise that the personal is planetary and that the planet has changed irrevocably, this collection of essays considers the climate crisis from the perspective of the individual. The post ‘The World as We Knew It’: Sadness and grief eloquently expressed appeared first on Yale Climat...

7.  Here’s how to demolish the most common excuses for climate crisis apathy | Elizabeth Cripps  

2022-02-12
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The Guardian
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Every one of us now has a duty to do something, if not for ourselves then for the survival of future generationsClimate change is terrifying, so why don’t we do more to stop it? Read any headline on the climate crisis, and it seems unbelievable that we’re not all chaining ourselves to the headquarter...

8.  An antidote to climate despair: ‘How to Save Our Planet: The Facts’  

2022-02-08
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Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Mark Maslin’s ‘quick read’ is quotable at a pub, at a dinner party, and even before legislators. The post An antidote to climate despair: ‘How to Save Our Planet: The Facts’ appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

9.  Climate depression is real. And it is spreading fast among our youth | Peter Kalmus  

2021-11-04
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The Guardian
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This is a crisis that cannot be solved by ‘positive messaging’. The only thing that will help is action from world leadersIf you are anything like me, you think of the climate emergency a lot. Possibly every waking hour. Perhaps you experience the psychological tension caused by feeling trapped betwee...

10.  Eco-Fear: Mental Health in the Age of Climate Emergency  

2021-12-02
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Common Dreams
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As a climate student, I understand the isolation that comes with carrying a burden much of the world prefers to ignore—particularly those with the power to alleviate it.

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