“A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety” caught my interest because I am an environmental activist and promote immediate change in reforming our global practices.

So far the book addresses all of my concerns and is broadening my view on others’ reactions to the problem. The book really makes you question if you are doing enough to promote sustainability and how to maintain peace within it all.

The book goes in-depth into how policymakers and government leaders can take immediate action in addressing predicted climate science. It explains how the next generation has the weight of the world on their shoulders and can acknowledge this proactively and calmly.

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November 15, 2021 8:49 pm

Dear Brooklyn, I love the opening to the podcast. I think that the mental health aspect of climate change is something that is far too often overlooked by people everywhere. There certainly is a struggle understanding that our job as generation Z is to conquer climate change. We must make sure that our concern does not spiral downward into paranoia. Thanks again for putting this together!
-Huck Jones

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