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Government inaction on climate change linked to psychological distress in young people

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Nearly half of global youth surveyed (45%) say climate anxiety and distress is affecting their daily lives and functioning Рaccording to results from the largest scientific study into climate anxiety in children and young people, according to recent research.

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