In the McCarthy interview, Prof Goodman asks a question regarding younger generations' impact on action for climate change. In response, McCarthy focuses on the fact that young students and adults are able to coordinate and have massive outreach to the government and corporations through social media and other online resources. She also notes that it is good that young generations are attempting to enact better environmental action, but that it is important that the actions they are asking for align with scientific research. I would like to ask how education plays a role for the future of our environment. Will better education increase our public's understanding of climate change, and potentially eliminate climate change skepticism? Will better education make policymakers more trusting and willing to work alongside scientific researchers?