FAQ, Skeptics

You don’t honestly think human activities will destroy the planet, do you?

Absolutely not. The Earth has been around for billions of years, long before the arrival of mankind, and it will likely still be around long after we are gone. The question is not whether or not the Earth will be destroyed but whether or not the changed Earth will be a hospitable place for us to live.

As evidenced by its dramatic climate history, the Earth is quite capable of reaching climate states that are not conducive to human life. As mankind’s influence on the Earth’s climate continues, many scientists acknowledge that we are conducting a great, global experiment. The Earth will be quite happy with the results, regardless of what they are. The same cannot be said for us.



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The Consensus

173 professional scientific organizations (and counting) around the world acknowledge the global impact of rising emissions of greenhouse gases from human activities

The Indicators

Climate Change Indicators Climate Change Indicators NASA GISS - Global Annual Mean Surface Air Temperature ChangeGlobal Temperature Sea level change from 1993 to the present day Global Sea Level Northern Hemisphere Sea Ice Anomaly, 1979-Present Arctic Ice Melt Glacial Retreat, 1980-2010 Glacial Retreat Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations, Mauna Loa Atmospheric CO2 Level
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