Carbon dioxide: sometimes it is a cooling gas, sometimes a warming gas

@inproceedings{Lightfoot2018CarbonDS,
  title={Carbon dioxide: sometimes it is a cooling gas, sometimes a warming gas},
  author={H. Lightfoot and O. Mamer},
  year={2018}
}
  • H. Lightfoot, O. Mamer
  • Published 2018
  • Environmental Science
  • Current government policies are designed to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels because of the widespread belief that increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere will cause large and dangerous warming of the Earth’s atmosphere. Because 80% of the world’s energy comes from coal, oil and natural gas and are vital to providing the food, clothing and shelter that are the cornerstone of the well–being of our people, it is imperative that we examine the validity of this widespread… CONTINUE READING

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