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Humans should act to fight climate change
Humans should act to fight climate change.
Market forces indicate humans should fight climate change.
Climate change is predicted to cause extensive human suffering.
As a result of climate change national and international migration could rise.
Climate change is putting increasing pressure on political governance and if not acted upon soon this could lead to growing strains on international peace organisations (eg. NATO, WHO, EU etc).
Fighting climate change could unify humanity.
Dealing with the effects of climate change in the future would be much more complicated than dealing with them now
Fighting climate change is a moral obligation, as those who will suffer are those who are unable to prevent it.
Climate change has a profound and negative impact on nature.
Scientists advocate to fight climate change.
We shouldn't fight climate change because it is natural.
Global climate is a dynamic system that corrects itself when interfered with.
A greater concentration of CO₂ should be preferable for some life on Earth, such as plants. More plant life should be beneficial to humanity.
In the context of thousands of years, the current and projected changes to climate are not unprecedented or alarming.
Having a warmer climate will act as a shield against any natural disasters such as huge volcanic eruptions and low solar activity that can lower global temperatures sharply - eg. the Little Ice Age which occurred only a few hundred years ago.
The question is not well posed, because it is also human activity that creates nature desequilibrium. Therefore one could say also "human should STOP certain activities so that nature can come to an equilibrium".
Humans lack the tools necessary to fight climate change.
The money necessary to fight climate change can be used to better ends.
Climate change policy has become politicized,
funded in part by the fossil fuel industry
. This politicization has clouded true debate and sensible answers on what to do about Climate Change. It is better to take no action at this point, than to potentially risk additional harm to the environment.
The Earth, which is so much bigger and older than the human species, will still survive.
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