GreenTracker| Professor Andrew Dessler has modeled the effect called ‘cloud feedback’, in which changes in clouds amplify warming of the planet by trapping more heat, which in turn leads to even more warming. The successful ‘cloud feedback’ modeling project contradicts some climate skeptics who argue that clouds act to stabilize climate.
“Based on my results, I think the chances that clouds will save us from dramatic climate change are pretty low,” he (Dressler) explains. “In fact, my work shows that clouds will likely be amplifying the warming from human activities. via Science Daily