What Do You Think?
Based on the fact that the average global temperature has been steadily increasing since around the time of the Industrial Revolution and hit its highest point ever in 2016, after previously hitting its highest point ever in 2015 and 2014 (in fact, the ten warmest years on record have occurred since 2000, except for 1998), and given that sea levels are rising, oceanic temperatures and acidity are increasing, coral reefs are dying, and Arctic sea ice is melting, and considering that glaciers are in full retreat and land ice in places like Greenland and Antarctica is disappearing at rates even faster than most models predicted, and taking into account the fact that extreme weather and weather-driven events like droughts, wildfires, and massive storms, have begun to occur with unprecedented (at least in terms of our recorded history) regularity, and noting that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels haven’t been as high as they are now in hundreds of thousands and possibly even millions of years, and further observing that spring snow cover across the Northern Hemisphere has been declining for the past fifty years while permafrost, in many areas, is no longer very “perma” or particularly frosty, do you think climate change is real?
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Join The Climate Movement
With a landmark climate action agreement in place including commitments from 196 countries to fight climate change, now is the time to keep the pressure on and ensure swift action. This climate agreement wouldn’t have happened without millions of people around the world taking action. And we won’t be able to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement without millions and millions more people taking action in support of a rapid transition to clean energy. Paris was just the beginning, not the end. Let’s get to work towards a greener, cleaner future. Add your voice to the millions demanding action and sign the petition today!