Greenhouse gases with short lifespan also add to global warming, NCAR research shows
The reduction of greenhouse gases that cycle through the atmosphere more quickly than carbon dioxide could significantly reduce potential sea level rise this century, according to a study in which the National Center for Atmospheric Research was a major contributor.
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#1 Apr 17, 2013
a decrease in the emission of the four targeted gases and particles by 30 percent to 60 percent over the next several decades. It showed a resulting projected reduction in sea level rise of 22 percent to 42 percent by 2100, depending on the actual level of emissions reduction that might be achieved.
Just a small tidbit of more scientific science fiction.They really don't know.
#2 Apr 21, 2013
Firms 'own unburnable fossil fuels'... we know.
... there is a danger of a carbon "bubble."
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