Wednesday 1st January 2003|
For a long time I've been really, really annoyed by things like 'carbon footprint', 'carbon neutral', 'carbon off-setting', anthropogenic climate change and all the 'green' rubbish that spews out of the Guardian (especially), but also all mainstream media in relation to 'climate change'. I'm not entirely sure why I get so annoyed but perhaps it's the blind faith people put in any rubbish they're told if it comes from a 'scientist' or some reputable-sounding group or organisation. I am, of course, neither of these, so anything I say here should be taken with a huge pinch of salt. Like anything in life, we have to gather as much evidence as possible before making an informed decision about anything that could change our quality of life or how we interact with our environment. With this in mind, I've been trying to gather resources on the internet that present evidence both for and against anthropogenic climate change. Of course, I'm more interested in articles that challenge the currently accepted notions that humans are responsible for climate change and can and should play a role in affecting change, simply because we're already saturated with the antithesis of this. So, let's begin . . .