Oops: UN Report Admits CO2 Isn’t That Big Of A Deal

But, hey, they may have found other evil things to use to control people’s lives

The struggle to contain climate change usually focuses on reducing carbon dioxide. But black carbon and ozone, the main ingredients of soot and smog, also add to global warming, and controlling them will act quickly to slow rising temperatures, a U.N. agency said Tuesday. (snip)

A study released at U.N. climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany, by UNEP and the World Meteorological Organization said big cuts in black carbon and ozone-forming methane not only would slow global warming but would curb respiratory diseases and reduce damage to crops. (snip)

Johan Kuylenstierna of the Stockholm Environment Institute, the report’s chief author, said taking steps to cut black carbon and ground-level ozone over the next 20 years would “significantly slow” anticipated global warming, making a difference of 0.5 degree Celsius (0.9 F) by mid-century. (snip)

Adopting such measures quickly would enhance the prospects of limiting the rise in global temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 F) above preindustrial levels, the target set by international negotiators. One result would be a reduction in the projected warming of the Arctic over the next 30 by about two-thirds, it said.

So, most of the warming that the alarmists have blamed on CO2 (and, there is a spot in the cited article that blames ALL CO2 output on man’s works, because bears and birds don’t respire), hyperventilating on a constant basis all this time, has been a load of mule fritters?

Of course, blaming all or most of the global warming, excuse me, “climate change” on Mankind is a load of bat guano, too.

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