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Your Climate Change Outlook

                    
CO2 accounts for 77% of the greenhouse gases. Methane 14% (mostly natural gas), Nitrous Oxide 8% (mostly cars and trucks), and Freons 1%.

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Climate Change's Likely Endgame
Both the carbon dioxide (CO2) and the extra global warming it brings irrevocably embed themselves into Planet Earth's environment the moment they appear, not to dissipate for thousands of years.

    A practical guide from a modern western country that survived being abandoned during the darkest days of WWII:  Climate Resilience and Adaptation Strategy - Australia.pdf
Also:             U.S. Climate Toolkit:  https://toolkit.climate.gov/ 

Is it ethical? - honorable? - to speak of global population overload, climate resiliency, and climate adaptation in the face of unstoppable Climate Change?  
"You are entitled to your own opinion, but you are not entitled to your own facts." Daniel Patrick Moynihan


Population, Resiliency, and Adaption: Surviving in a Severely Climate Changed World.  
Obtaining sufficient disposable energy to assure that everyone everywhere can lead comfortable lives.

Roughly 40% of the CO2 that is released into the air is removed from the air by plant growth, water, and rocks that absorb CO2.
Almost 90% of the extra heat Planet Earth picks up from the Sun due to Global Warming ends up heating the cold depths of the oceans.
Planet Earth has gone through several "Snowball Earth" cycles where the lack of CO2 in the air caused the planet to cool down to the point of freezing water at the equator.