No shit sherlock. I swear some of you people are being obtuse as the dudes on reddit. Of course the people complaining about the state of the earth aren't going "Oh no, this rocky planetary body has been smushed into smithereens :( The non-sentient rocky planet that has no feelings because it's a literal planet, is not feeling good, and wont be able to spin around the sun for any longer :("
they view earth's lifeforms as part of earth, and when a lot of them will face difficulty or will become extinct, a part of earth (no matter how small in relation to the literal rocky body of the planet) has lived, then died. even if new life comes again in the future and the ecosystem and foodchains of earth rebirths/reinvents itself, the creatures in the past still suffered and died, and could constitute "the earth not feeling so great (in the past)", if someone views Earth's lifeforms as part of Earth.