Feeling distressed about climate change? Here’s how to manage it


By AGENCY

Grief brought about by climate change is a growing phenomenon that we have to confront, say experts. — TNS

Climate change is often framed as a scientific or technical issue. But for many, it’s an emotional one too.

It can be almost unbearable to witness entire towns obliterated by wildfires and islands levelled by storms; to see photos of koala bears singed by flames and dead seabirds washing ashore by the thousands; or to read the latest confirmation that nations are woefully underperforming on their pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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