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Coach for social change leaders offers support to overcome climate anxiety

"I want to live in a world where our society is structured such that we’re not in crisis mode all the time, where we’re not urgently running around exhausting ourselves."

Climate change is creating anxiety in a growing number of people.

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¿Te sientes ansioso por el cambio climático? Los expertos dicen que no estás solo

Mahitha Ramachandran, estudiante de tercer año en Fox Chapel Area High School, tiene tan solo 16 años, pero lleva ya años preocupándose por el cambio climático.

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Cómo afrontar la inminente crisis de ansiedad climática

Cuanto más personas experimentan el cambio climático, o incluso escuchen sobre tormentas e incendios forestales, más se espera que afecte a su bienestar mental.

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Feeling anxious about climate change? Experts say you're not alone

Mathitha Ramachandran, a junior at Fox Chapel Area High School, is only 16 years old but she's already spent years worrying about climate change.

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​​How to address the looming crisis of climate anxiety

The more people experience climate change, or even hear about storms and wildfires, the more it is expected to impact their mental well-being.

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A Pennsylvania hunter talks Trump, drilling and the politics of the great outdoors.

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Why reimagining the Ohio River could be critical to the region’s future.

Interstate cooperation has been crucial to restoring waters in the Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay. But so far, there hasn’t been much interest in marshaling a regional effort to improve the heavily polluted Ohio River. Those living along its banks from Pittsburgh to Louisville are beginning to realize the increasing value of this water, and how reimagining their relationship to it could prove critical to the region’s future. This week, we kick off a new series called Headwaters to explore what this new chapter in the river’s history could look like—and how we can get there. (Photo: Jeremy Stump via Flickr)

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