The UN has released a report blaming the extreme weather of the last year on human caused climate change. There has been over 50 billion dollars worth of damage and thousands of deaths world wide from typhoons, drought and flooding.GENEVA (TheBlaze/AP) — Much of the extreme weather that wreaked havoc in Asia, Europe and the Pacific region last year can be blamed on human-induced climate change, the U.N. weather agency says.
U.N. Says Extreme Weather Events of 2013 Consistent With ‘Human-Induced Climate Change’ | TheBlaze.com
This year Australia has had it hottest year on record. There were very few places cooler than normal and one of those was the central US. That I can vouch for we had more snow and colder temperatures than we have had in years or decades.
I was never 100% sure man was the cause of global warming like we are seeing it today because the earth does go through natural changes. However this report says they can't get these kind of changes without factoring in mans influence on their models.
I'm not sure what we will do about it though we could very well be past the point of no return. Plus we can't just stop using fossil fuels.