Do people still not believe in global warming?


According to this article there are, and an increasing amount at that. Peoples opinions on this subject seem to be wavering so much that it is going to be very difficult to get anything done about climate change.
Kirk F.

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    cody7010 said,

    I agree, this will make it very difficult to make a difference. I believe that we are just covering up this issue and eventually it will hit us then people will realize how serious it is, but it will be too late.

    ~Cody Males

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    samgressett said,

    The disbelief among people is caused by the media. Recently more reports have been coming out trying to disprove global warming. Here are just a few…

    •In November, stolen private e-mails from a British university climate center embarrassed a number of scientists for their efforts to stonewall climate skeptics. The researchers were found to have violated Britain’s Freedom of Information laws.

    •Some Republican U.S. senators, climate skeptics and British newspapers have called for Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC, to resign. They contend he has financial conflicts of interest involving his role with the climate panel and a green-energy foundation he set up. He has vigorously denied any conflicts.

    •And in recent weeks, a batch of mistakes have been uncovered in the second of the four climate research reports produced in 2007 (USATODAY).

    Reports like these are allowing people to be able to doubt global warming.

    Sam G.

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    konaka237 said,

    When there are wars about beliefs of the afterlife, the Planet is ravaged in consequence. Non-secular politics don’t have much interest in saving the planet. What is going to happen after we die seem to be much more important. Ignoring the problem of global warming is a good way to justify all actions. No one has to be responsible when in denial. It is very sad.
    -Anne-Marie


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