Climate change has been a fact of life on earth for as long as our planet has existed.
Warm cycles have been followed by cold ones. Glaciers grow and then recede. Some years are wetter than others. That’s what called normal.
More than a thousand scientists disagree that human activity is primarily responsible for global climate change.
According to Climate Change, any warming in the earth’s climate during the 20th century is within the bounds of natural temperature fluctuations.
There is no solid evidence that CO2 causes global warming and to the extent that humans have produced additional CO2, it is re-absorbed by oceans, forests and other natural features.
The rate of global warming has slowed over the last decade in spite of increased CO2 levels. The primary cause of global warming and cooling are caused by the sun and not by human activity.
Yes, the climate changes from year to year and from decade to decade, just like its done for millions of years.