Published On: Fri, Oct 12th, 2018

Why Is Climate Change A Political Debate? [Opinion]

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The First World Climate Conference was help in 1979. At that time, it was determined that “carbon dioxide plays a fundamental role in determining the temperature of the earth’s atmosphere, and it appears plausible that an increased amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere an contribute to a gradual warming,” according to the Official Declaration, PBS reports.

Today, there is what is called a scientific consensus on climate change, and NASA is among the expert organizations that agree global warming is a solid fact. More than 18 scientific associations agree that the evidence of climate change is indisputable.

Scientific academies, U.S. government agencies and intergovernmental groups agree on a widespread level that global warming is a fact, proven time and again by a preponderance of data.

So why do climate change deniers exist? The simple answer to that question is: ExxonMobil.

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Why Is Climate Change A Political Debate? [Opinion]