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The purpose of this action is to:
• create an international overview of eco-anxiety rates in 20 countries
• contribute to the growing body of knowledge around how the climate crisis affects mental health identifying possible differentiation on eco-anxiety determinants
• raise awareness on the impact of climate crisis on mental health
• correlate eco-anxiety rates with variables of geographical location (urban, rural), education as well as the type of experiencing climate crisis (indirectly via the media or public discourse).
🎯For the measurement of eco-anxiety rates the “Hogg Eco-Anxiety Scale” is utilised.
Scroll to find the eco-anxiety reports for each country:
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