Sustainable Services: Policy context

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, December 22, 2021

There are numerous studies showing how events like floods, fires, drought and harm to animals as a result of habitat destruction are affecting the mental health of young people, who now face even more uncertainty about their future because of the pandemic.

Many young people are channelling worries and anger over climate change into activism. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock
Many young people are channelling worries and anger over climate change into activism. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock

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