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How to Lift the Paralysis of Climate Change Despair

A shift in mindset to keep you activated in the face of an insurmountable challenge

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WWhen it comes to climate change, it’s easy to feel paralyzed. You’re just a single person staring down an inevitable force, one that’s being driven in large part by massive institutions and governmental failures.

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Rebecca Renner

Rebecca Renner

Journalist and fiction writer. Bylines: the Atlantic, the Washington Post, Paris Review, Tin House, The Guardian, National Geographic, etc.

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