The question is wrong. There is no belief in climate change, it is observed phenomenon, and in addition it is supported by scientific/empirical evidence. For the opposing side it could be belief (as a standpoint unsupported by facts) that there is no climate change, or it could be some other ideological reason/s. In short, there is science behind on of the standpoints, and there is absence of science behind the other.

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100% agree - if a doctor tells you you have cancer, we don't go consider 'believing or not believing' if cancer exists, or ask a hairdresser to corroborate this; why so with other scientific matters?! For people of faith: our scriptures tell us we're guardians/ caretakers of Creation ... a better question thus: considering the state of the planet, how are we absolving ourselves of our duty?
Globalnomad 3 years, 8 months ago