Is the sun responsible for climate change?

Is the sun responsible for climate change?

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Is the sun responsible for climate change?” – below is their description.

This solar cycle could be the strongest this millennium, according to experts. Meteorologist Christy Climenhaga looks into what that will mean for us on Earth and how it will affect our climate.

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