Young People Are Being Terrorised By Climate Hoax Propaganda

Last week, a government-commissioned report leaked to Le Parisien newspaper found that “tens of thousands” of French children were being prescribed antidepressants for mental health issues caused by the climate crisis.

Here in the UK , a survey from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 73 per cent of UK 16-to-24-year-olds said climate change was having a negative effect on their mental health, up 20 per cent on 2020.

According to The Sunday Times:

As a result, young people are being offered specialist mental health help at schools and universities.

They are creating their own support groups and are going to GPs and clinicians with depression, anxiety and even post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which they say is caused by the climate crisis.

“This is not a mental illness,” said Dr Emma Lawrance, a research fellow at Imperial College London. “It’s a very understandable, empathetic reaction to an existential threat.”

There is some correlation between eco-anxiety and pre-existing disorders, said Lawrance, “but it is not just people who have a tendency to be anxious that feel this”.

The condition is also made worse with knowledge: many scientists who work in the environmental research sector begin to suffer with eco-anxiety as they come to terms with the reality of the situation.

A 2021 study by the University of Bath surveyed 10,000 children in ten countries — 75 per cent of respondents said the future was frightening, 56 per cent said humanity was doomed, and 58 per cent felt betrayed by their government’s response to climate change.

“Climate anxiety in children and young people has as much to do with the failure of adults to act as it does to climate problems,” said Caroline Hickman, one of the study’s authors.

“They expect the grown-ups to take care of them, so when they are failed by those people they feel utterly abandoned and devastated.”

She said even indirect exposure to the climate crisis — such as viewing videos of burning forests, or seeing starving polar bears among melting glaciers — can cause PTSD.

The growing eco-anxiety among some young people comes as the world’s leading climate scientists will warn in a landmark report tomorrow that global warming has progressed so far that sea-level rises are now unavoidable.

The paper, produced by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is the starkest warning yet about the speed and impact of warming.

Extracts from a draft version of the report, which could change, says there is now “high confidence” that sea levels “will remain elevated for thousands of years”, even if the world starts cutting emissions now.

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