Hey Butterfly Effect,
The social responsibility topic I would like to look into would be climate change.
This topic is interesting to me because I believe it's one of the largest issues the world is facing at the moment. Our world has been increasingly hotter over the years and the amount of ice sheets have been decreasing. Take Vancouver for example, most houses now have built in air conditioners due to are hot summers and during the 2010 winter, our mountains were lacking snow for the olympics. How can future generations live on a world that's overheated? Yes, humans may evolve to their new conditions, but why should they have to? Although we can't stop global warming from happening, we certainly can try to prevent it.
To help prevent climate change, some easy sustainable solutions that I could change in my life are:
Taking public transit or carpooling to reduce the pollution in the air.
Reducing the amount of energy I use by washing clothes in cold water, limiting the use of the dryer, being conscious about turning off devices when not in use or even reducing the thermometer during the winter.
On a larger scale perhaps Butterfly Effect could take a role in the waste system at school because there are some organic garbages present at the school, but hardly any students use them.
To conclude, climate change is a large issue that we are facing and in order to prevent it from affecting future generations, we must imply simple changes to our daily lives such as carpooling, washing clothes in cold water and even sorting our garbage properly.
"Consume less, waste less, enjoy life more"
- David Suzuki