According to the Pew survey, only 27 percent of Americans agree that “almost all” climate scientists say that human behavior is mostly responsible for climate change, while 35 percent say that “more than half” of climate scientists agree on this.
Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society says the popularity of the expose documentary “Climate Hustle,” on the theme of sleight-of-hand, street hustle shell games, resembles the current rush-to-ratify the Paris Agreement, as pressed for by Ban Ki-Moon, reported by UN News Centre Oct. 4, 2016. Friends of Science says taxpayers' money is committed without thoughtful debate or cost-benefit analysis of consequences. According to Stirling, the complex science of climate has been reduced to a mantra of three themes – human-caused, carbon dioxide and consensus – by anti-oil activists and carbon trading advocates.
Mann: 'The one thing that every American voter can do to try to change that is to (a) vote in the upcoming election, and (b) vote CLIMATE, not just at the top of the ticket, but all the way down. The future of this planet could quite literally lie in the balance.'
'Arguably the single most critical issue facing human civilization today— is human-caused climate change'