Yes, the majority of the recent warming trends is due to Co2 released by man
No, the recent warming trends are due to natural causes
The scientific consensus is that climate change is man made. The evidence is simply overwhelming.
Obviously, it's man made. By releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, we're trapping heat from the sun which is warming our planet. This is known as the "greenhouse effect." We're also contributing to global warming by allowing massive swaths of the rain forests to be destroyed and allowing industrial processes to run under-regulated. Last July was the hottest July on record. We contributed to that. By the end of the century, it's estimated the Middle East may be uninhabitable. We need to treat global warming as a WWII level threat, and stop putting profits over our very survival. Otherwise, we will have wars over water, and we will have a refugee crisis the likes which would make the current crisis look like a "warm-up" phase. https://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/basics/ ─Basic information you should learn in High School. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/july-2016-hottest-month_us_57b219b4e4b007c36e4fb557
Industrializing the world is a major cause of the problem
The temperature of the earth skyrocketed since the Industrial Revolution. That's because of the greenhouse gasses such as CO2 have been released in large quantities since then. This is all our fault.
It's caused by the sun, you know, that huge ball of fire in the sky that global warming mongers claim has no affect on the global temperature.
I chose this side because of this debate: http://www.Debate.Org/debates/Manmade-global-climate-change-is-real-and-a-threat./8/
Yes and no but I will say no overall. Climate change is a natural occurrence, but I think with what man is doing today is speeding up climate change but it's not something new that is happening because of humans.