It's a fact: Climate change is happening. Know a denier? Show them the numbers.
Yeah, climate change is happening. We can debate the best way to address it, but the discussions about whether it's really a thing are very off base, tired, and unproductive.
Here are a few more facts to share with those who don't want to face reality:
A handy carbon dioxide graph!
According to NASA, "The current warming trend is of particular significance because most of it is very likely human-induced and proceeding at a rate that is unprecedented in the past 1,300 years." Not good.
And then there's the sea level issue...
Climate change causes the sea level to rise both from melting land ice and from seawater expansion, which occurs as the water warms.
But really, when over 700 scientists and over 1,700 expert reviewers from all over the world spend five years analyzing the data, we should stop arguing about it.