LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – I commonly write on climate change as a favorite topic and have interviewed several climatologists about the issue. My coworkers engage me in friendly discussions and the recent report in the Daily Mail that proved the surface area of Arctic sea ice was expanding, provided the fodder for some ribbing in my direction.
However, I am not an “alarmist” as some may accuse, but rather I feel we need to assess the scientific evidence and make measured and calculated decisions that are grounded in both science and morality.
There are four basic problems with the current discussion.
1. We’re using “global warming” interchangeably with “climate change.”