Young and Regional

Climate grief strikes Gen Z but Australian Psychological Society reveals ways to cope

By Petula Bowa and Rosie Bensley
Updated November 10 2022 - 6:48am, first published 5:01am
Jemima Kreutzer, a Year 11 Marist College student in Bendigo, Victoria, is doing her bit to address climate change. Picture by Noni Hyett
Jemima Kreutzer, a Year 11 Marist College student in Bendigo, Victoria, is doing her bit to address climate change. Picture by Noni Hyett

Young Australians are experiencing high levels of "climate grief" brought on by accelerating extreme weather events and natural disasters.

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