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Is Climate Change Real & Human-Caused?

The ISCFC is all about reducing our individual and collective contributions to climate change.

But is climate change really happening? Is it mostly caused by human activity, including our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases?

In the United States and elsewhere, there are people who are not convinced by the science. But the great thing about science is that we use evidence to evaluate scientific questions. So what is the evidence related to climate change?

Are you or are you not convinced by the majority of climate scientists who say that climate change is real and largely human caused? Why are you convinced/not convinced? What evidence might change your mind one way or the other?


Climate change is very much real and the more people who ignore that truth the worse it'll become. Greenhouse gases are a huge contribution to climate change because it traps heat in the atmosphere. The burning of fossil for fuel is a big reason for greenhouse gases. People can reduce the rate of greenhouse gases everyday by using public transportation, biking, and walking because all these lower gas emissions.


I agree that burning fossil for fuels is a big reason but we don't want to leave animal agriculture un-noticed. Animal agriculture can produce 9.8 gigatonnes, which may not seem like a
lot but that's not including all the resources that are used for animal agriculture. If we include everything used for animal agriculture it takes up 51% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. While Burning fossil fuels can produce 7.1 gigatonnes of carbon per year.

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