Mon, 27 September 2021
It’s not just you. Considering that one in three Americans experienced a natural disaster this summer, it’s no wonder that a majority of us admit to being anxious about climate change. As Arctic permafrost thaws and the Amazon burns, stress about the future is intensifying worldwide. According to a newly published global study, 75% of young people are frightened by climate change and over half believe humanity is doomed.
In this episode, Caroline Hickman, a co-author of the study and a climate psychology researcher at the University of Bath, joins co-host Ray Suarez to discuss eco-anxiety—and how we can channel it into climate action.
Guests: Caroline Hickman, lecturer in climate psychology at the University of Bath
Hosts: Ray Suarez, co-host, WorldAffairs; Philip Yun, CEO, World Affairs
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