Now it seems the debate over whether there is a global climate change or not and it’s become a solution debate. As noted in the article, the last time there was a recorded temp of 5.4 F in the Arctic and Antarctic was 120,000 years ago and sea levels rose 20 feet (thanks to the melting of Greenland’s icesheet).

“Such warming—three degrees C (5.4 degrees F)—is the scientists’ best estimate of how much average temperatures would rise if greenhouse gas concentrations were allowed to double from preindustrial levels. Warming of 0.6 degree C (one degree F) is already guaranteed for this century, due to the CO2in place, which will remain there for centuries.”

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