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How Students Are Using Advocacy to Overcome Their Anxiety About Climate Change

For some students, climate change advocacy can help alleviate stress about the impacts of a warming planet. Schools can support that work.

This Article, How Students Are Using Advocacy to Overcome Their Anxiety About Climate Change was written by Maryland Education on   on EW - Families and the Community

With Hurricane Ian the latest climate disaster to batter the country, many students are dealing with anxiety around the impacts of climate change. For some, advocacy work has been an outlet for that stress. Hear from students involved in advocacy work on how they think their schools can teach and empower them when it comes to climate science and climate change.

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