Global Warming? No, Satellites Show C...

Global Warming? No, Satellites Show Carbon Dioxide Is Causing 'Global Greening'

There are 1 comment on the The Heartland Institute story from Jul 12, 2013, titled Global Warming? No, Satellites Show Carbon Dioxide Is Causing 'Global Greening'. In it, The Heartland Institute reports that:

Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are bolstering plant life throughout the world, environmental scientists report in a newly published peer-reviewed study.

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LessHypeMoreFact

Etobicoke, Canada

#1 Jul 12, 2013
Great if you like woody material (cellulose and lignin) which increase with higher levels of CO2. Lousy if you like food (sugars, starches, vitamins, minerals, etc) which are reduced as the stomata close up to protect the plant from too much CO2.

And totally irrelevant to the main problem of AGW which is climate change from higher average surface temperature (a key driver of the winds, currents, precipitation, etc).

Their silly nonsense gets more abstract by the day.

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