Women favor climate actions that benefit future generations more than men, research shows

The decisions we make now inevitably shape the prospects for generations to come. So tackling a long-term problem like climate change raises an intergenerational moral dilemma: should we invest in solutions that might not personally benefit ourselves but will help future generations reach net zero—or should money be spent to ensure everyone right now has the best possible quality of life?

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