Meet three therapists who are helping Marylanders cope with their climate anxiety November 27, 2023

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Van Susteren asserts that the number of people suffering from climate anxiety is “impossible to quantify.” But she and some colleagues attempted to catalogue the fears of the younger generation in a groundbreaking 2021 study that interviewed 10,000 people, ages 16 to 25 in 10 countries. More than three-quarters of the survey respondents said they worried about how climate change was impacting their future. Half said climate change directly impacts their daily lives. And two-thirds blamed their governments for the predicament the world is in.

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