Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 14, 2019

Grieving environmental scientists need support

Science reports on the struggles of environmental scientists dealing with grief around environmental destruction

Rates of environmental destruction are greater today than at any previous point in human history (1). This loss of valued species, ecosystems, and landscapes triggers strong grief responses in people with an emotional attachment to nature (2). However, environmental scientists are presented with few opportunities to address this grief professionally.

Read more the grief that environmental scientists experience and how it is difficult but necessary for them to deal with loss at  Grieving environmental scientists need support | Science


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