The ten truths of climate change

In recent years, scientific research on climate change has been coordinated in an effort to acquire deeper knowledge of this phenomenon

We are starting today a series of posts about Climate Change. This phenomenon has originated heated debate, some of it plainly absurd, particularly when the arguments flout scientific evidence.  To counter the confusion sewn by climate skeptics, we are taking this initiative on issues we consider to be self-evident.

In recent years, scientific research on climate change has been coordinated in an effort to acquire deeper knowledge of this phenomenon. In an unprecedented display of collective responsibility, policies have been drawn up aimed at fostering a low-carbon economy and fighting climate change.

Even so, we are constantly being presented with biased, and at times contradictory, information that leaves the non-specialist feeling confused. We need to stop and take stock of the key facts in order to arrive at a set of reasonably-founded affirmations: Ten truths that we want to share in this blog.

  1. The First Truth: Global warming is a reality
  2. Second Truth about Climate Change: it comes from long ago
  3. Third major truth on Climate Change: Global warming levels are significant
  4. Fourth major truth on Climate Change: Human activity is the main cause of global warming

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