What is eco-anxiety?
Eco-anxiety is defined as “extreme worry about current and future harm to the environment caused by human activity and climate change.” by Oxford Languages.
With the world experiencing a human-caused climate crisis and facing unprecedented levels of biodiversity loss due to human actions, it’s no surprise that many people are suffering from it.
There is however, plenty that individuals can do help navigate their eco-anxiety. And through the rest of this page you’ll find resources that can help you do that in many shapes and forms, from articles to podcasts.
We welcome contributions for keeping this page up to date with the latest research and resources for managing eco-anxiety. If you have a suggestion please email email@example.com
(With thanks to Filmmakers for Future: Wildlife for contributing to this page)