> You are asking the key question.
Actually, he's not. The correct question is "why are they pushing 'climate change' as a problem when climate always changes and the biggest driver of climate 'change' is the sun?"
The sun comes up, it gets warm. The sun goes down, it gets cold. It's been like that for a few hundred million years.
No person who has been outside more than once could question that climate changes. It does, every day, every month, every year, every decade, every century, every millennium, every eon. The actual (long) question is how much of an impact do humans have on the long-term average. And the answer is "almost zero". Did you notice how the talking points on TV/the news went from "global warming" to "climate change" over the last 15 years? It's because the science shows that their models are wrong, and that we've had a slight cooling since the 90's. Since it didn't fit with their agenda and models, they had to change the wording. It was very sneaky, but obvious when one pays attention.
Did you know that every generation has had some sort of "extinction level" issue. Once soil erosion ended up being non-existent, they went on to acid rain. That might have been a real problem, but it was solved very quickly with pollution (actual real pollution) controls, then it was the ozone layer (solved very quickly). The problem is that the problems were being solved WAY too quickly. Then came global warming (which didn't exist), so now it's climate change. What's so insidious about the "climate change" agenda is it will never be "solved". It can't. Climate always changes, so even "if we solved anthroprogenic climate change", the climate still changes, so it will then always be "provable" that climate change exists and we need to pay more carbon taxes.