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Resources for working with climate emotions
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There are numerous resources for those seeking to better understand climate emotions and those feeling depressed, anxious, or overwhelmed by the climate crisis. Eco-distress is a normal and reasonable feeling in response to the social, environmental, and economic impacts of climate change. 

This website offers a number of resources for those working with climate emotions including emotional methodologies, climate-specific mindfulness retreats, and online resource hubs that have up to date research about the psychological impacts of climate change.