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Biden's climate corps aims to curb eco-anxiety

President Joe Biden's new American Climate Corps is designed to address climate change while providing green jobs and potentially alleviating climate anxiety among young people.

Kate Yoder reports for Grist.

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Scientists predict severe climate impacts as global warming targets are missed. How do they face the future?

Scientists predict severe climate impacts as global warming targets are missed. How do they face the future?

Amid growing global temperatures, scientists fear devastating future impacts, but emphasize that the fight against climate change cannot be abandoned.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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Exploring the link between prenatal stress from natural disasters and child psychiatric conditions

Exploring the link between prenatal stress from natural disasters and child psychiatric conditions

A new investigation reveals how children exposed to Hurricane Sandy in utero face higher psychiatric condition risks, offering insights into the broader impacts of climate change on brain health.

Clayton Page Aldern reports for The Guardian.

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Finding solace in climate cafes amid environmental concerns

Finding solace in climate cafes amid environmental concerns

As climate anxiety grows, Americans are finding comfort and community in climate cafes, spaces dedicated to discussing the emotional toll of environmental change.

Lola Fadulu and Emily Schmall report for The New York Times.

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Protesters rallying in opposition to the PennEast pipeline. (Credit: Delaware Riverkeeper Network)

Protesting oil and gas line development harms mental health and creates distrust in government: Study

“The number of stress-activated health conditions people reported was quite staggering."

PITTSBURGH — Engaging in public participation during permitting for oil and gas pipelines often harms mental health and creates distrust in government, according to a new study.

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Finding hope in our collective fatigue: A new perspective on climate action

Finding hope in our collective fatigue: A new perspective on climate action

In a fresh take on combating climate change, Ajay Singh Chaudhary suggests our shared sense of exhaustion could be the catalyst for meaningful environmental action.

Maya Goodfellow reports for The Guardian.

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Philadelphia resident battles lasting environmental trauma from living near a refinery

Sonya Sanders, a Philadelphia resident, grapples with the lasting psychological impact of living near the PES Refinery, a site marked by pollution and health hazards.

Victoria St. Martin reports for Inside Climate News.

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