|This will be a one question final. The question is given below
so that you have time to thoughtfully consider your response.
While I encourage you to research, discuss, and even write out a
response in advance, you may not use any of these materials at the final
exam--you must write 'off the top of your head'.
Although the vast majority of scientists are convinced that global climate change is real and happening (http://www.ipcc.ch/) there are some skeptics who remain unconvinced.
Your task is to make a convincing argument either for or against this point of view. So, you will write a convincing case to present to a skeptic. This means that you must provide facts and evidence. Emotional arguments and anecdotal evidence will not be accepted.
Choose ONLY ONE of the following alternatives:
2. Take a 'believer' to task. Pointing out inadequacies in the case for climate change and make a convincing case for why no action is called for.
Besides your textbook, it's easy to find online sources. Just search for 'climate change skeptic' and you'll find sites like