Here is some evidence in support of climate change:
The activity of the human race is producing products that are warming up the air. This warmer air is melting ice on the fringe of the North Pole and ice on the fringe of the South Pole.
Here is some evidence in support of geophysical change and against climate change:
Underwater volcanoes near the North Pole are heating up the oceans. This warmed ocean water is heating up the air. The warmer oceans and the warmer air are melting ice on the fringe of the North Pole. Underwater volcanoes at the South Pole are heating up the water under the South Pole. As a result, some ice at the South Pole is melting. However, other forces are working to freeze some water around the South Pole. The freezing forces are stronger than the warming forces. As a result, more freezing than melting is occurring at the South Pole.