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Coping with climate change: Advice for kids — from kids

Climate anxiety is on the rise in younger generations, as they face inheriting a hotter planet. Here's their advice on how to cope with those feelings.

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Coping with climate change: Advice for kids — from kids

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Zania Muhammed comforts her malnourished son, Mazzam Brahim, in the emergency section for critical care patients at a hospital in N'djamena, Chad. The war in Ukraine has caused food prices to skyrocket, leaving many without enough to eat. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Even remote corners of Africa are feeling the costly impacts of war in Ukraine

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