In a world dealing with climate change, young people like Marinel Ubaldo and Finn Does are turning distress into action. Climate-induced anxiety, triggered by extreme weather events and environmental degradation, is increasingly prevalent among youth. Engaging in collective climate action and community projects, like tree planting and climate cafes, offers not just a way to combat eco-anxiety but also fosters a sense of purpose and connection. Mental health professionals emphasize the importance of social bonds and active participation in alleviating climate distress. Read more here.