Over thousands and millions of years there have been climate changes on earth including ice ages, global warming and global cooling. The question is: Is climate change anthropogenic? Despite the present "orthodoxy's" view that global warming is anthropogenic (AGW), there is an ever increasing number of scientists who dissent from the orthodoxy. There will be no binding agreement in Copenhagen and in a couple of years the the whole idea og AGW will bite the dust.
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from the article: Israeli ecologists could help stop global warming