“Eco-anxiety” in France: how climate change can impact mental health

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As concern grows over the climate crisis, its impact on our mental well-being also increases. Public health officials have coined the term “eco-anxiety” to describe the fear of environmental catastrophe. They warn that the phenomenon could have long-term adverse effects and amplify health and social inequalities for the most vulnerable. A recent international survey revealed that a large number of young people aged 16 to 25 around the world have suffered psychological effects due to the climate crisis. Focus on the situation in France.


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