Steven Hayward demonstrates the correct way to plot temperature and CO2 charts in order to make global decisions. The same idea applies to many other topics for charts.
The Catholic Church has been fairly consistent in supporting the hypothesis of catastrophic man-made global warming. In 2015, the leaders of the Church are recommending that the world stop using fossil fuels in all areas by 2050. What will the world be like if the world decides to stop using fossil fuels before they are exhausted?
Tom Wysmuller examines whether there is a link between atmospheric CO2 and Sea Level and discusses what a 1% reduction in CO2 would mean for sea level. See his website: www.colderside.com for interesting questions and answers on man-made climate change.
Indur Goklany - Carbon dioxide levels have risen inexorably since the 1700s. Yet despite this, climate sensitive indicators of human and environmental wellbeing that carbon dioxide affects directly, such as crop yields, food production, prevalence of hunger, access to cleaner water and biological productivity, and those that it affects indirectly, such as living standards and life expectancies, have improved virtually everywhere.