Earth Scientists Pin Climate Change Squarely On 'Humanity' | KQED Public Media for Northern CA
Climate scientist Gerald North from Texas A&M University was chairman of the 14-scientist panel that wrote the statement, the first such statement for the American Geophysical Union in six years. He says scientists are much more confident that their climate models are accurate — there's much more data about the history of the oceans and the atmosphere, and other explanations for the warming planet have been tried and come up short.
"We've been looking," he says. "What [are the] other possible candidates? We just cannot find any other way that this can be happening."