Is Global Climate Change a Serious Issue?

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Is Global Climate Change a Serious Issue?
One of the significant issues of the contemporary age is the extent to which we should be combating global warming; indeed, many people are wrestling with the question of whether or not global warming is really a meaningful issue or something about which we should do little or nothing. The ensuing several pages shall argue that global warming is occurring – but that sufficient scepticism exists for us to be dubious of any ambitious push by over-eager politicians intent upon shepherding us all into a new global regulatory framework that would see carbon taxation, carbon off-sets, cap and trade policies, new penalties for using the wrong kind of fuel, and systemic pressure to compel all of us to use...
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