Despairing over climate crisis? Turn anxiety into action, say mindfulness experts

Professor Elissa Epel (left) and Professor Philippe Goldin. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF PROFESSOR ELISSA EPEL, COURTESY OF PROFESSOR PHILIPPE GOLDIN
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SINGAPORE - In recent weeks, floods have swept Germany, Belgium and China's Henan province, while wildfires raged in Siberia, Canada and the United States.

As people worldwide experience the effects of climate change, they may feel upset and worried, but it is important to learn to cope with such feelings while not losing sight of the problem, say experts.

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