No, but it may work the other way around — variations in the Earth’s orbit may cause changes in Earth’s climate which could potentially be contributing to climate change. Scientists are careful not to state that orbital variations alone are responsible for global warming, but it’s always possible that along with greenhouse gas emissions and other factors it is contributing to the problem.
No, the earth’s orbit is controlled mainly by the gravitational pull from the sun and other planets. Global warming may make some absolutely tiny changes to the overall physical properties of the planet, but that’s essentially nothing on a cosmic scale. It’s just not a big enough change in the overall scheme of things. It will affect life on our planet, sure, but it’s extremely unlikely to change anything fundamental about our planet’s place in the universe.
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