New research on eco-anxiety shows 77% of Gen Z believe lifestyle change is needed for climate action

NEW YORK - Jan. 4, 2023 - PRLog -- In partnership with WildAid, dcdx has released new research on Gen Z and eco-anxiety. The result of the research led to a nationwide campaign launch from WildAid titled "The Environment Excuse".

The new research, titled Gen Z and the Climate Crisis: From Eco-Anxiety to Eco-Action, highlights just how many members of Generation Z believe bigger action is needed to impact meaningful climate change.

The research highlights the feelings that arise from this belief lead to more eco-anxiety, fueling a cycle of inaction and more anxiety.

Based on existing research, dcdx identified three questions that help to progress the study of climate change and eco-anxiety, each of which can be found in part three of the report.

The three questions each address a barrier to action, items that are preventing Gen Z'ers from taking further action on climate change and increasing their eco-anxiety.

To learn more about Gen Z's eco-anxiety, its impact on climate change, and how to turn their eco-anxiety into eco-action, please visit:

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