Global warming or global cooling?!

After reading a few articles on global warming and the environment, I came to ask this question. It is similar to the title of one of the articles I’ve read.

I’ve leanrt that the notion of a  global climate change is on question. Some are saying that the climate research is not totally accurater and we might not be really experiencing a global warming – we might actually be experiencing a global cooling.

While the global ice caps are melting, suggesting a global warming, some countries are freezing, suggesting a global cooling. Debates about the climate change are existent.

There was this Kyoto Protocol, an international environmental treaty produced at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), informally known as the Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 3–14 June 1992.* This was to reduce the use of some greenhouse gases and two more gases. Scientists state that these gases are the ones worsening our climate. But some people counters this notion and states that we can do nothing about this global warming and this might actually be a case of global cooling.

My question is which side is right? Is there really a global warming or a global cooling?

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