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Change: Climate Change

change: But the presence of pre-teens and adolescents raises the question Should children be a key player in environmental movements, or is all the talk of environmental ruin bad for them Early research suggests that climate anxiety or eco-anxiety is very real, according to CTV. One survey in the U.K. showed that half of children between the ages of seven and 11 worry about climate change. Some school boards across the country are even exempting students from academic penalty to participate. Other reports suggest kids are more worried about climate change than their own homework. While that research is still fairly new, the evidence supporting climate change mounts every year. In 2017, the American Psychological Association released a report detailing early research into the mental health effects of natural disasters and climate change. ( As reported in the news.