• Yes, global warming changes the climate.

    I believe that global warming is changing the climate. The climate is getting warmer. The weather patterns have changed-more tornadoes, hurricanes, and severe snowstorms--and I believe it is because of global warming. There is so much pollution on our earth and it is definitely affecting our weather patterns. Hopefully we as a society will address this issue.

  • Global Warming Does Change The Climate

    I believe global warming does change the climate. To me, this would be the case rather or not the cause of global warming is natural or unnatural. Different areas of the world experience and are experiencing climate change and this has went on for as long as we know it.

  • Global warming changes the climate.

    Obviously, global warming is changing the climate by making the temperature warmer. Additionally, global warming has been causing extreme weather phenomena around the world. From Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy in America to Typhoon Haiyan in East Asia, there have a number of extreme weather events which scientists have attributed to global warming.

  • Global warming does change the climate.

    Global warming does change the climate. The greenhouse gases that we release into the atmosphere everyday is directly related to the change in the climate. Global warming is primarily caused by humans and especially from the transportation emissions that we are letting go into the atmosphere. I think the climate change is from global warming,

  • Yes it does.

    Global warming can change the climate significantly, just as any long term weather change can. It can cause all kinds of problems. It can cause droughts due to the weather heating up in the winter when an area would usually get snow. It can cause plants and trees to die, and many other things.

  • Yes,global warming does change the climate.

    It's an obvious fact that global warming does change the environment.When temperature goes up then negative changes happen in the environment.More hurricanes are experienced as well as stronger storms of all types.Temperature fluctuations occur that are not expected as well as higher water temperatures that are harmful for all types of waterlife.

  • Definitely, it does

    Every time throughout the long life of our planet climate changes and global warming caused by the human activities is certainly influence it. Because of greenhouse effect, primarily emission of gases that produce this effect. Natural events and human acts have become a reason of increasing average global temperatures.
    According to the Annual State of the Climate Global Analysis (2010) since 2001 to 2010 the temperature has raised from 0.52 to 0.62 degree.
    Consider also the following that Each of the last three decades has been much warmer than the decade before. At the time, the 1980s was the hottest decade on record. In the 1990s, every year was warmer than the average of the previous decade. The 2000s were warmer still. (National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, 2010). The weather changing causes the natural disasters such as tornado, flood, drought etc. The global warming is still a big problem for mankind which unfortunately is impossible to stop.

  • Of course not

    There is no evidence to support global warming. Its just a big science cover up to slow down progress in business. Its part of the secret illuminati agenda. Climates arent changing and I think thats obvious. People just want to slow down human progress using things like oil and natural gas.

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