Phoebe Godfrey Q&A: Climate Grief and Our Crisis of Culture

Check out Associate Professor in Residence of Sociology, Phoebe Godfrey in UConn Today’s recent article titled Q&A: Climate Grief and Our Crisis of Culture where she answers questions regarding Climate Grief.


***Excerpt from Article***

A common reaction to the developments of the daily news cycle is a feeling of anxiety and despair in the face of climate change. Sometimes also referred to as “climate grief” or “eco-anxiety,” the feeling is fueled by constant news stories about accelerating sea ice loss, record breaking global temperatures, and declines in species, such as insects. As society grapples with comprehending the vast challenge of climate change – a subject explored by this year’s UConn Reads selection – it’s no surprise that climate grief is growing more common.
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