The more you research the more confusing it gets. Is that meant to be? So that you surrender your opinion to one side of the argument or the other?

It is hard to find honest data. Take for example: How much of the Greenhouse Effect is caused by human activity? Apparently it is about 0.28%, if water vapour is taken into account – about 5.53%, if not. So why is water vapour taken out of climate change statistics? Furthermore, CO2 occurs at much higher levels naturally rather than man-made. Does our contribution really have such an impact?

So I created this Infographic, using a visual representation to try and get things into perspective.

Interesting article: www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/jul/04/climatechange-…

New article on water vapour: www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/jan/28/water-vapour-g…