In the case of climate change, thinking a miniscule "greenhouse gas" (CO2) can change the climate to any great effect is nonsense, considering water vapour is the most prevalent "greenhouse gas".
There are a multitude of natural cycles including Milankovitch cycles (position of the Earth to the sun), solar cycles, ocean cycles of El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO), Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO), Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and many others, rarely acting in sequence and hence chaotic, all of which changes the weather and long-term weather, the climate.
Rogue scientists claim 97% of scientists agree with man-made climate change, when in fact, from the Cook et al paper, it is 0.5%.
Rogue scientists claim carbon dioxide is a well-mixed gas in the atmosphere but when NASA launched a satellite (OCO2) in 2014, which showed natural carbon dioxide levels much higher over areas of forestation and warmer parts of the oceans, Captured the image on the left before it "conveniently" disappeared.
Rogue scientists claim the climate (based on computer models) will have;
- more frequent and severe drought and floods
- temperatures will rise significantly due to increasing carbon dioxide
- storms will become more frequent and severe
- sea levels will increase by many meters
- wildfires will become more frequent and severe,
Using historical data, in reality none of these predictions have come true
In the case of wildfires, fires are needed for many trees for propagation, in other words these wildfires have always occurred naturally. "Green" policies and building policies, to not clear scrub build up and firebreaks has added to these fires. Also, many fires this year have been purposely started by arsonists.
Latest available data here; Weather &Climate
When all of these computer model generated forecasts are put to the test (reality) they have all been found to fail.
Governments, due to lack of scientific understanding, with poor scientific advice, make policies, like Net Zero Carbon, "to save the planet". This is done without understanding the consequences of those policies on achieving such goals, and the large expenditure the people they serve will have to make.