Yes. Volcanic eruptions are intermittent phenomenons and is not comparable to the ecological footprint of the human population. Our general presence and our industrial progress have accelerated temperature increases and climate changes at a very consistent rate. Volcanic eruptions, in terms of carbon emission and environmental altercations, just does not compare to the human capacity to severely change the Earth.
Volcanic eruptions are natural occurrences found in nature that do not occur often enough to have a long term effect on global health and the environment. Humans on the other hand are emitting carbon dioxide and other harmful pathogens into the ozone on a daily basis.
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