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There is no longer much debate within the climate science community about whether or not anthropogenic global warming is real.
Scientists, like most people, are also reluctant to abandon a belief that they have held for a long time, and many scientists have worked in organisations that accepted anthropogenic global warming as a starting point in their research programs.
The past few years have seen considerable division among evangelicals over the question of anthropogenic global warming. Competing statements, beginning with the Evangelical Climate Initiative (ECI) (4) in 2006, and culminating in the Southern Baptist Declaration on the Environment and Climate Change (SBECI) (5) in 2008, have received much attention from politicians and the national news media.
Your own position on anthropogenic global warming is immaterial.
Through numerous interviews and discussions with key researchers in the field, the authors provide a rare insight into how the scientific evidence for anthropogenic global warming has evolved over many years and through many disciplines, honed by the rigour of peer review.
WHILE mis-informed ministers tell us we have to cover our green and pleasant land with thousands of monstrous wind generators in an effort to combat anthropogenic global warming, I wonder how many readers are aware that the largest planet in the Solar System, namely Jupiter, appears to be undergoing a climate change of its own?
Perhaps economists caught up in these tax-or-cap discussions should heed the advice of Bjorn Lomborg and "cool it." We need to focus on spending scarce resources on more important problems than alleged anthropogenic global warming.
While the fact of anthropogenic global warming is certainly beyond debate, argues Lomborg (an economist at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), the nature of our response to it is not.
There continues to be lively debate among politicians and in the general press about whether the anthropogenic global warming hypothesis is true, but little serious discussion of what the United States should do if it is true.
You might think that a declaration founded upon a belief in anthropogenic global warming would at last bring some harmony to the disparate alarmist and sceptic elements.
Rather, the "noise" in the record of natural climate variability still complicates detection of an emerging signal of anthropogenic global warming.
Energy users - including transport and households - contribute today nearly 80% to the anthropogenic global warming input of Europe.