Climate change is a hot topic this election season and Saturday five UNL scientists joined the debate.
The UNL "Five", as they're known, say climate change is real and human activities are to blame.
Saturday, the professors discussed how they believe global warming will impact residents, from agriculture to infrastructure to human health.
All five agree change needs to start now if the global community is to prevent future catastrophe.
There are groups who believe climate change is not real and do not believe any action is necessary.
The UNL "Five" say they understand the size of the problem is daunting and difficult for many to accept, but that it's time to get together and find solutions.