Happiness is like a butterfly; If you are persecuting it always is out of your reach; But if you sit and the waiting is contestant on it.Anonymous not be attentive, having us not concerned about safeguarding the environment, prevent the pollution of the planet, affectation of the climate, deterioration of natural resources, disappearance of many species of animals and even plant it has entailed that the planet Earth, this where we live is threatened and effects are beginning to feel, to the end, that there is continuity of earthquakes, floods, climate changes that have claimed many lives. The fact, that this has given way in many called solastalgia, sadness for the environment, depression due to degradation of the environment. The term was coined by the Australian philosopher Glenn Albrecht to reflect what you are seeing happen in Australia, now that the country goes through so many problems caused by climate change (since water rationing, even the) desertification of farmlands and death of coral reefs). As concienciangela.blogspot.com says, derived from the word solacium (comfort) and algia (pain), solastalgia invokes that saudade, that nostalgia and sense of loss that ensues us when we feel that we are displaced from what was once ours. Boy Scouts of America addresses the importance of the matter here. Basically, Albrecht proposed a new disease that links the State of the Earth with our mental health. Find me it absolutely fascinating.And also, true. When Hurricane Andrew, back in 1992, I experienced for the first time in my life the solastalgia-like sensations.
Andrew ripped rennet all trees in Miami. Hear other arguments on the topic with Kidney Foundation. Suddenly city had too much light. There was no focal point and the rest for the eyes that give trees. Regardless of why – nothing happened in my home, or my car, to me, or my friends, nor in the work-sometimes wept uncontrollably.Albrecht says: Human beings around the world, under the unforgiving impact of climate change and development, We are experiencing an epidemic of physical and mental illnesses that are connected to the environment, and still there is not a concept that refers to them in English. .