The Global Warming Debate
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The paper looks at how in a 2000 article entitled "The Contrarian View", William K. Stevens outlines the main arguments against global warming as they were articulated by scientists at that time. The paper notes that since then the tone of the argument has changed and the latest U.N. committee report on the subject seems to conclusively demonstrate that global warming is a reality and that it is impacted by human behavior.
From the Paper:""Global Warming: The Contrarian View" By William K. Stevens was originally published in 2000. The author's goal is to present key points in the debate over global warming, its origins, severity and impact. While Stevens seems to have taken the side of those who believed at that time that global warming is both occurring and is heavily influenced by human activity, he attempted to illustrate some of the important points made by contemporary skeptics of global warming. He particularly referenced a United Nations Committee prediction of extreme changes and dire consequences due to the greenhouse effect. His main point seems to be that..."
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The Global Warming Debate (2007, December 01) Retrieved July 06, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-global-warming-debate-133442/
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