Currently, around 97% of scientists and people in the fields to do with the ecosystem are all in agreement. Climate Change is real, and it's mostly Man Made.

However, when what debates, normally you've got 1 or 2 from each sides, it's always more or less equal.

When In reality, it should be about 30 times more For than Against, if going just by science alone - and let's face this, this is all about science.

Link to this:

Chart Guide

Believe in climate Change (and it being man made)

Green people are those in the scientific communitiy, who are well respected, and believe Climate Change is real and is mostly Man Made

Deny in climate Change (and it being man made)

Red people are those in the scientific communitiy, who are well respected, and believe Climate Change is NOT real or Man Made

Debate Host, should be open to both concepts

Blue people are the debate hosts & should be even until they listen to everyone for X minuites each - naturally when doing it evenly, you'll see a long queue for the Belive side.

How it's currently reported

How the Climate is pressented on TV

Note:Hover over a character to get a jyst of what they're saying.

How it should be pressented

Because 97% of the world's ecological and scientific fieds agree, that climate change is real and is man made, according to


Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree*: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. In addition, most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position.

Therefore a 2 vs 2 debate is incorret (although makes for great TV), what it should show is 97 people vs 3 (or rounded down to 1 in 30 ish). - should you be able to fit so many people into a studio.

Either way, it shouldn't be so even, It should look more like this...

I hope you enjoyed this infographic, i've not gone on to explain how i've made it, as it's all front-end code that you can view-source on. If you need any help doing something similar, and are stuck - then get in touch =).

- Paul 'Pauly' Silver

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