‘NO Climate Crisis’ Says Coalition of 1,600 Actual Scientists

Good news, there is no climate crisis in California and beyond. This from the CO2 Coalition a non-profit organization with the goal of determining and propagating the facts regarding carbon dioxide (CO2) and the climate. Here is what they found:

Modest warming of California is beneficial and not a cause for concern:

Globally, more people have died from the cold than from the heat since 2000.

Increase in agricultural production: The combination of lengthened growing seasons (from warming) and increased CO2 concentrations has contributed to this increase.

CO2 is essential: Plants need CO2, sunlight, water, and nutrients from the soil to produce food and oxygen, both of which are essential for human and animal lives.

CO2 is beneficial: Exposing plants to higher concentrations of CO2 increases their growth, food production, and drought-resistance; and greens the Earth.

California is in no danger of unusual drought: The annual precipitation in
California has fluctuated greatly over the last 150 years, with only a slight decrease.

Ski resorts are experiencing more snow: Most (21 of 22) ski resorts in California had increasing snowfall from 2012 to 2023.

California is in no danger of drowning: North Spit, CA, has the highest rate of sea level rise of 0.005 meter/year, or 1.64 feet in 100 years, which is easily mitigated.

Less natural disasters over the years: Significantly reduced number of wildfires and acres burned were reported in the United States and globally; California has infrequent tornadoes, no landfalling hurricane from 1851 to 2023, and no tropical depression from 1950 to 2023; and tropical storms are rare in California, with the last two reported in 2023 and 1997.

Air quality in California keeps getting better: The concentrations of major pollutants have decreased over the years.

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