Figure 2. Causal loop diagram depicting the role of education in addressing climate change. Arrows between variables indicate that the variable from which the arrow originates causes a change in the variable at which it terminates. A + (−) indicates that the two variables change in the same (opposite) directions. Circle arrows surrounding an R or B identify feedback loops represented by the collection of variables and arrows surrounding them, with an R (B) indicating a reinforcing (balancing) feedback loop. Clarification of what each variable encompasses is in Table 2. Feedback loops are illustrated individually in Figure 3.