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Climate grief expected to be widespread soon but it’s still not openly acknowledged – ABC News

If you find yourself mourning the loss of the natural world as we once knew it and fearing for the future of the planet you may be experiencing climate grief. It’s a form of mourning that’s often not validated but psychologists say that needs to change.

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Feeling miserable, anxious, helpless and just generally terrible because the world is becoming less habitable? You’re not alone.
The good news is there are strategies that may help you cope. The bad news is the pandemic we’re now facing may test your passion and enthusiasm for climate action.
For the past 18 months, Canadian scientist Kurtis Baute says he has been dealing with a lot of ‘climate grief’.
“Basically I can’t stop thinking about the fact that millions of people, real people, are d…

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