22 May 2014
Are We To Blame?
In the documentary and article bring up some controversial topics about “Global warming”. The documentary “Climate of Doubt” brought more of the science of the climate change into the picture, while still leaving the science to not be enough. The Earth’s climate will change whether we are helping the cause or not. There was a global warming consensus; this was not based on science but more of political. The political aspect tries to change the views of the public to irrelevant facts like cap and trade. The main opposing sides are what you would call the “left side” of the political party.
In contrast the article “The Naturals” discusses more of the whole picture of Climate change, and puts it into perspective. Global warming is exactly what it means; the whole planet is in danger along with our plants and food. According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated that it is “virtually certain” that humans are the reason for the rising in temperatures. Equally important, the government does not want to classify Climate change to be a man made conflict but rather by a natural cause of carbon dioxide. Part 2:
The article and documentary state some key facts that can sway the reader or watcher to there side. To begin, the documentary started off by some important facts that stood out like, the climate consensus. The climate change consensus ninety seven percent of climate scientist all agree that climate change warming trends in the past century are likely due to human activity. According to, American Scientific Societies "Observations throughout the world make it clear that climate change is occurring, and rigorous scientific research demonstrates that the greenhouse gases emitted by human activities are the primary driver."(1) To further my research, the facts stated in the documentary are proven to be humans fault. Climatologist has...
Cited: “The Naturals.” Foreign Policy 203 (2013): 92-95. Academic Search Premier. Web. 4 March. 2014.
"Climate of Doubt." PBS. PBS, 23 Oct. 2012. Web. 19 Mar. 2014.
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