Climate change is something that cannot be denied. The debate comes down to whether or not its part of a natural cycle or is it man made. That was the focus of An Inconvenient Truth, 10 years ago. That was supposed to be the topic of this as well. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Scientific information was presented in the first, actual data from NOAA and other reputable agencies. Here, it ended up being much more emotion based. There was some science added in, but much more of the topic was based on the feelings and fears of developing nations. Along with that, there was a strong political presence, what was supposed to be a documentary on climate change, fell far more in the realm of a political nightmare. How that nightmare is perceived can differ from either side. Ultimately, it comes down to the data. What do you believe? I say do your own research, look into both sides of the debate and make up your own mind. There is much more data out there than what is presented to the general public. The only question is… Do you really want to know the truth?