While I do not deny that climate change occurs, the real question is if man is causing it. Think about that... man is causing the climate to change. REALLY? We are that powerful?
Here is the evidence that this increase of temperature in the world is not caused by humans.
The industrial revolution wasn't as great as today's and was found solely in a few countries instead than worldwide in the 1700s, it wasn't as great worldwide as well in the 1800s. The power source was mostly "steam". The use of charcoal came later, and petroleum last.
But, one can see that between the last years of 1800s and the first quarter of 1900s, the glaciers were losing great distances in miles and lots of their thickness.
Humans can't cause such a super fast melting of ice, it was just the beginning of an industrial era.
The pictures below will demonstrate that every attempt to point the fingers on humans as causing the rise of temperature is a FRAUD.
The Reid Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska is seen photographed in 1924. (USGS)
The Reid Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska is seen photographed in 1941. There terminus is barely half as wide as it was in 1924. (National Snow and Ice Data Center)
The pictures from above come from the following website
Note that the rate of melting and losing ground is consistent with a standard path. It can't be that the industrial surge with such a small percent of CO2 sent to the atmosphere created a warming in the entire world temperature in the beginning of the 20th century..
Only fanatics will think that we humans are causing this increase of temperature, when the same losing of ice has been observed in planet Mars.
Here is another example, giving a comparison of the same trend of melting ice between short periods of years.
This photo, taken in 1941, shows the Muir Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska. The lower reaches of Muir Glacier can be seen, as well as a large tidewater calving valley glacier and its tributary, Riggs Glacier. (Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Archive)
This photo, taken in 1950, documents the significant changes that occurred to Muir Glacier in just nine years. The glacier retreated more than 1.9 miles and thinned more than 320 feet, exposing Muir Inlet. Vegetation is still not present, and the glacier is still connected to Riggs Glacier. (Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Archive)
We didn't cause the early 1924-1941 melting of ice, the whole argument of the famous "global warming caused by humans" points after 1970 when the industrial revolution reached the worldwide settling.
The only thing we can do is to adapt to the changes created by nature.