Is the 'unseasonable' extremes in weather patterns etc 'no evidence' of climate sensitivity? The question is - is human activity a factor or is that human hubris to think we have an effect on the planet? Or is it just part of the planetary-cycle so 'suck it up'?
True, if you broaden the statistical catchment, we have enjoyed a 10,000 yr period of climate stability. But this does not 'prove' that a period of climate instability is not influenced by modern human influence.
And population numbers have been 'kept in check'; some species may not have survived due to loss of ice age conditions. again, this doesn't mean the very recent last few 100 years of our modern lifestyle is not relevant.
No doubt, elitist greed and self-interest always trumps selfless consideration, in our culture.
I don't actually believe world governments give a flying fck about the earth, her species and most humans, but without imposing legislation it's the usual free-for-all called 'economic rationalism'. Which is why I agree
We are enjoying a abnormally stable climate compared to geological history.
the human species has lived though far more extremes than we personally have experienced.
This whole 2030 agenda stinks of an attempt for a vast distribution of wealth, and yet more control from elite factions over the peasants.
So we should plead to the government to impose more restrictions on us and save us?