The scale of climate change has led to an increase in reports of “eco-anxiety”, particularly among children and teenagers, health experts have said.

Images of smoke billowing over the burning Amazon rainforest or Australian bush have led to more people reporting anxiety, helplessness, guilt or anger over climate change, according to psychologists and psychiatrists.

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