My daughter and I have eco-anxiety – will building a bunker help? | Suzanne Moore

UK The Guardian

People are stockpiling for Brexit, while my youngest and I are frightened by the climate emergency. We have to remember: fear is fuel for tyranny I am not stockpiling for Brexit – that seems wildly melodramatic. Instead, I find myself waking up in the night, wondering whether to arm myself. By dawn, of course, this seems a little extreme, too. Somehow, by breakfast, I have reminded myself I am not in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road , feasting on a foetus, and that in fact I live near a well-stocked Tesco Metro. Yet, if Brexit is a vast psychodrama that is never about what it says it is about (no …

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