Climate change is an accepted fact, as are measured temperature increases over the last 50 years that are causing it. And C02 emission is well understood to be causing the planet overheating, with potential to destroy life as we know it. Energy depletion is a issue too, so cutting C02 by reducing energy is clearly a good thing if only for that reason.
As facts the understanding seems irrefutable. But is it possible there are flaws in the information intelligence that drives them?
This graphic oddly is against popular expectations telling us polar ice has actually increased so surely this must be a fake.
I am not saying one way or the other but if you are sailing you should watch your dashboard to be careful not to also hit an iceberg.
Understanding what put measures on the board in the first place, is important. But also is being alert to question and challenge is what good Business intelligence is about. So we need to be open to the unusual.
So when you get some information that challenges conventional thinking. It may be flawed. but don’t just ignore it.