Sorry Watson, no sleuthing needed.
It's no mystery that our climate is changing.
The big question is, and has been for many years - "What are we going to do about it?" Two things come to mind - food and water.
These two things are intrinsically linked, and are front runners in their contributions to climate change. Especially food by way of agriculture. It took 10,000 years for humans to become reliant upon an industrial agriculture built upon annual crop monocultures.
The consequence of these practices of big agribusiness are draining our aquifers, depleting the soil of nutrients, sacrificing rain forests, contributing to the decline of species, and allowing top soil to be blown away in the wind.
The technology to change these practices is available,
more importantly, we know how to use it. Let's do it!
It is elementary my dear friends!