I would fall in this category of skeptical believers. I acknowledge global climate change is very real. And I acknowledge humans have played a part in creating adverse atmospheric, and the resultant ecological conditions in the last century. But what I can’t seem to find are any concrete numbers as to how much of an impact that is in relation to natural climate cycles (which have been ebbing and flowing for millennia after millennia). And I’m hesitant to jump on the bandwagon of making drastic changes in light of that somewhat apparent ambiguity. I am not opposed to, and do promote, making positive, more environmental-friendly changes in social, political, and personal stewardship realms…but drastic changes? What if man’s actions only accounted for 0.002% of global climate change and the rest were natural? That would cause me to hesitate on making drastic changes
I need empirical ratio’s people :)
Global climate change agnostics? That could work.