Video: Coping With Climate Anxiety
Whittle and Ott discuss the overwhelming mental impact of global climate change.
Refuse to have children, stop traveling by jet, and carry chopsticks in your purse to avoid using disposable flatware at restaurants. These are some of the coping techniques adopted by folks suffering from climate anxiety, climate grief or climate despair. These new mental health conditions constitute an under-reported consequence of our modern carbon-intensive lifestyle — the overwhelming mental impact of global climate change. How can acute sufferers find relief?
Patriot Post partner Bill Whittle and Scott Ott discuss.
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