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Random QuoteThere is growing consensus among psychologists and educators that children are becoming fearful of climate change and global warming in the same way their parents fretted over the Cold War.
The difference with climate change, however, is that it is not perceived so much as a single, definable issue but as an amorphous, wide-ranging problem where cows, coal and even the kitchen sink can be seen as a threat.
The anxiety many youngsters feel is increased by a sense that they are too young to influence events. Denial, resignation, cynicism, anxiety, hopelessness and even despair can arise from a perception that global problems are overwhelming and complicated.Duck N. Cover
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