Is it possible that the wobble of earth's axis is the cause of climate change?
The wobble of the Earth's axis in a 26,000 year cycle, so the effect of the Earth's climate is minimal.
The wobble, or precession, of the Earth's axis happens over a 26,000 year cycle. The effect over a few decades is not that significant.
In the past the changes have been significant. The Antarctic used to the a forest. Modern climate change is due to the significant release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane.