Because the world is changing would you call it "global warming" or "climate cha

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  1. oceanuniverse profile image61
    oceanuniverseposted 6 years ago

    Because the world is changing would you call it "global warming" or "climate change"?

    Details about the environment, what we should really call it or either or.

  2. cloverleaffarm profile image75
    cloverleaffarmposted 6 years ago

    There is no such thing as global warming. It has been proven that it was all just a money making plan. Nature has ebbed and flowed back and forth for years. Climate changes are part of nature.

    1. oceanuniverse profile image61
      oceanuniverseposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Okay, I understand that but climate change back then happened naturally without human involvement.

  3. junkseller profile image82
    junksellerposted 6 years ago

    The public in general uses these terms interchangeably, as does the media. Scientists, however, use the two different terms to mean different things. Global warming refers to the rising energy balance resulting from the higher concentration of greenhouse gases put into the atmosphere by human activities.

    Climate change refers to the meteorological alterations which arise form the changing energy balance, such as changes in precipitation amounts/frequency, ocean salinity changes, etc.

    The global scientific community is in strong agreement that global warming and climate change are both happening and are both a result of human activity. Yes, the world has natural fluctuations, these have been accounted for in climate models, and are not responsible for the changes we are seeing.

    1. oceanuniverse profile image61
      oceanuniverseposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thank-you for your answer.

    2. watergeek profile image95
      watergeekposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Evidence of both of the above is stacking up all over the world, as world records are broken in temperature highs and extreme weather events. California is experiencing one of its most extreme droughts yet. Texas has had horrible wildfires.

  4. lone77star profile image83
    lone77starposted 4 years ago

    Huh? From the early 40s to the mid 70s, we had Global Cooling. That was one form of climate change. From the mid 70s to the late 90s, we had Global Warming, that's another form of climate change.

    Volcanoes erupting is another form of the world changing, but I would call it neither "global warming" nor "climate change."

    The idea of "anthropogenic global warming" is a globalist (UN, Rockefeller Foundation, etc) scam.


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