Clouds Don't Cause Climate Change, Study Shows

The fog of climate “controversy” includes the assertion that water vapour, not CO2, is the main greenhouse gas contributing to warming. In keeping with Hansen’s and Alley’s point that feedback from the primary, non-precipitable driver, CO2, includes atmospheric water, Texas A&M’s Dessler adds more corroboration: “The bottom line is that clouds have not replaced humans as the cause of the recent warming the Earth is experiencing”.
Source: Science Daily / Texas A&M University