Ken Ham Says There's Nothing to Worry About, the World Has Been Through Climate Change Before

“The biggest climate change was the global flood of Noah’s day”

David Attenborough, a famous naturalist, has told a Parliament committee that when faced with the issue of climate change, they “cannot be radical enough” He has said that they must take increasingly drastic action than they’re currently taking. Attenborough has said that he views the younger generation as the catalyst for taking the UK to net-zero regarding carbon emissions.

Ken Ham, a famous creationist, has been quite vocal about his disbelief of Sir David Attenborough’s claims. Ken Ham’ s opinion of Attenborough’s narrated documentaries is that they are “evolutionary propaganda programs.”

The Parliament asked Sir David Attenborough’s opinion on the government’s and other organizations target dates of 2050 and 2025 to tackle climate change and which he thought was a more realistic goal. Attenborough replied by saying that he doesn’t know, and he suspects that this isn’t the right way of focusing on the problem. Attenborough said that when dealing with climate change, human beings “cannot be radical enough.” He went on to say that the question should be, “what is practically possible?” He said that human beings are going to go through a radical change in the next 20 to 30 years. The food we eat, the way we live and so on will all be affected by the impending climate change.

Ken Ham said there’s nothing to worry about, the world has been through climate change before; the “biggest climate change was the global flood of Noah’s day about 4,350 years ago. This flood destroyed the world that then was and upset the climate, including creating the perfect conditions for an ice age following the flood. The world has been settling down since that flood.”

Ken Ham has said it is the responsibility of all human beings to maintain everything God has created. Ham has also said climate change is “alarmism” which is pushed by grants and agendas instead of real science.