Is it climate change or global warming? The language we use to describe this is important. A phrase or term can communicate an idea consciously and unconsciously. So, let's get it right when we talk about the climate.
The term Climate Change no longer reflects what is happening. David Wallace-Wells puts it eloquently in his book The Uninhabitable Earth: "The slowness of climate change is a fairy tale, perhaps as pernicious as the one that says it isn't happening at all, and comes to us bundled with several others in an anthology of comforting delusions; that global warming is an Arctic saga, unfolding remotely; that it is strictly a matter of sea level and coastlines, not an enveloping crisis sparing no place and leaving no life undeformed; that is a crisis of the "natural" world, not the human one; that those two are distinct..." The full quote on page one of his book is well worth reading.
Climate Warming is a term usually used to describe...
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