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What To Do When Your Eco-Anxiety Spirals Into Eco-Fatigue?

According to Refinery29 "Eco-fatigue is the next step after eco-anxiety. Only, it’s more of a regression than a step forward. It refers to the nihilistic feeling that the planet is too far gone, and that our eco-efforts thus don't really matter. This might manifest in a slow decline in recycling, disregard for single-use plastics or increased consumption of things like fast fashion that we’d otherwise try to avoid."

They write: "Look to organisations like Go Neutral and Climagap who take the legwork out of this process for you."

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