You’re in a conversation and someone says, “We need to do anything and everything to stop climate change.”
What would you say?
From the global Paris Climate Accord, to demands that we all buy LED lightbulbs, concerns about climate change have shaped government policies and personal choices alike.
We should care about the environment. After all, animals, plants, and human beings all need clean water and clean air to flourish.
So, the next time you’re in a conversation about climate change, remember to look for clarity on the current situation by asking these two questions:
First, is the Earth warming? How do the current warming patterns compare to other times of warming throughout history?
Second, are we causing it? Is the current warming pattern caused by things within our control, or outside our control?
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