On Thursday a new survey found that 45% of UK students worry about climate change once a week or more.
Literature student Meg Watts, 22, said that she had experienced depression after being overwhelmed by the scale of problems facing the planet.
Christ, when I was 22 the only 'overwhelming' thing I faced was whether to go to the US or Europe for holiday, and whether that dreamy guy in the post room would be a hot date (Reader, he wasn't...).
And she sought therapy after developing disordered eating when trying to cut out food packaged with plastic.
Of course, where there's snowflakes, there's an 'initiative', as the parasites scramble to such their metaphysical blood:
The new programme was developed with mental health charity Norfolk and Waveney Mind, who realised young people were coming for counselling about their fears about climate change.
And of course, not told to go away because this was a service for people with real problems...
Speaking to BBC News, development student Stephen Kirk, 21, said his anxieties around climate change began at school. He dug for information online about global warming and biodiversity, and became anxious and angry.
"Sometimes I feel quite alone with climate change and the emotions that I feel around it," he explained. But the climate cafe was a "safe and open space to just talk" without worrying about how others react, he said.
So it starts in schools. Close this nonsense down to protect future generations! You know it makes sense...H/T:Steve Ludek via Twitter