Why science needs the humanities to solve climate change

Why science needs the humanities to solve climate change
Scholars in the humanities interpret human history, literature and imagery to figure out how people make sense of their world. Humanists challenge others to consider what makes a good life, and pose uncomfortable questions – for example, “Good for whom?” and “At whose expense?” ... Going beyond science, humanists can define cultural forces driving climate change, such as the fossil fuel dependence of industrialized societies.