Climate change is affecting children’s mental health

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Queensland and New South Wales are slowly recovering from the floods happening these weeks, and a lot of work is on its way to be back to normal.

However, children and teenagers may face more mental health issues like anxiety thanks to these events. Experts are calling on the Federal government to act on climate change so mental health in children becomes less problematic with several traumatic experiences thanks to cyclones, floodings, bushfires, and other natural disaster events.

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