Many scientists believe climate change is an ongoing problem our world is facing. If changes don’t happen soon, some believe it will have major impacts on future generations.
“We need to take action on that now if we want to be a resilient society,” Matthew Houser, an environmental sociologist and assistant research scientist at Indiana University, said.
Houser studies peoples’ behavior and attitudes toward climate change. He wants to help encourage supportive attitudes about and ultimately action toward addressing climate change.
“I’ve got young children and I want a better world for them and I am not ok with the perspective of the next generation will take care of this because I do not think that is fair to them and frankly we do not have that time,” Houser said.