As we approach the middle of 2024, the global climate crisis continues to cast its shadow over the world. The United States is one of the countries that has been affected by this crisis and is playing an important role. So, how do the American people view this crisis?

According to surveys, the vast majority of the American public (around 70%) accept that the climate crisis is real. While this is a welcome development, there is still 20% in denial. This group either denies the crisis altogether or argues that it is not man-made.

Their arguments often contradict scientific data. For example, they look at the crisis as a natural cycle and ignore the impact of human activity. This attitude not only delays the solution to the problem, but also poses a major threat to future generations.

So how can denialists be tackled? There are many things that can be done. First, accurate information about the climate crisis needs to be disseminated. Scientific data and research should be shared more effectively with the public. Also, people's awareness should be raised by showing concrete examples of the impacts of the crisis.

It is also important to understand the motivations of deniers. Sometimes denial can be motivated by fear and anxiety. In this case, it is important to offer solutions to help people adapt to the crisis and make them part of the change.

In conclusion, the vast majority of the American public is aware of the climate crisis and wants solutions. While denialists are still an obstacle, with the right information and awareness-raising efforts, it is possible to overcome this problem. We must remember that the future of our planet is the responsibility of all of us.