Leah Fitzgerald

  • Climate Catastrophe and Its Effects on Mental Health

    Reports Show Climate Change Isn’t Only Melting Our Ice Caps

    I definitely think my perspective of the future has become more pessimistic. I feel an overall sense of cynicism and helplessness because I feel that one person can’t make too much of a difference on a global scale,” said Grace Feiler, a second year political science major at McGill University. “I know that’s a bad way of looking at it, but for something as big and catastrophic as climate change, it’s easy to feel that way.”