“Climate change is happening. It’s real. It’s our fault because we’re putting a lot of carbon in the atmosphere. And we are not doing a lot to stop doing that.”
This blunt realism is courtesy of Dr. Ben Kravitz, assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Indiana University. Although he’s a bright and cheery individual, he doesn’t mince words about climate issues.
What’s more, Kravitz is quite direct about the solution to climate change. He says the only way to fully solve this problem is to stop putting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. No shortcuts. No easy way out.