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Global Warming Is A Fact! Climate Change Is A Fact!
Burning Fossil Fuels Is The Major Cause Of Global Warming!

Sioux Falls Scientists have collected over 2,500 Global Warming Science related news articles over the past 15 years that track the further understanding of global warming during that time, 824 in the year 2017 year alone. The global warming deniers have nothing to even remotely match this.The mountain of evidence for global warming and climate change is overwhelming. Never has a worldwide phenomena amassed such a mountain of evidence. The global warming deniers have dwindled during that time, many having switched sides. Recently, industrialists hired the top ten global warming deniers to show that global warming was not happening. At the end of the study, the deniers came up with the same global warming trends and charts that the rest of climate change scientists had come up with. All but one of the ten deniers switched sides and now supports global warming. Well at least there is still one with his head stuck in sand. This finding made little difference to the industrialists. They went back to pumping more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and counting their Billions. Why should we expect anything else?

Sioux Falls Scientists doesn't equivocate. Global Warming is a fact, not a theory! There are few, if any, reputable climate scientists published in peer-reviewed scientific journals that do not support global warming. Sure there are still a few working for the coal and oil industry, but they've joined the dinosaurs in the tobacco industry that are still trying to claim nicotine is not addictive.

11-13-17 Bad news: Carbon emissions have suddenly started rising again
Emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel are on the rise again. We desperately need more action to stop climate change, and that means putting a price on carbon. If the world does not do more to limit greenhouse gas emissions soon, the final slender hope of preventing global temperature rise being much above 2°C will slip away. Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and industry are set to rise sharply this year, after remaining stable for the past three years. “This is really not good news,” says Corinne Le Quéré, director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the UK, who led the research by the Global Carbon Project. The findings are yet more evidence that, despite the 2015 Paris agreement, the world is still not doing nearly enough to limit emissions. Yet there is wide agreement on what needs to be done: introducing a meaningful price on carbon. “We need to cost the negative effects of carbon into the activities that produce it,” says Le Quéré. “A carbon price is absolutely essential,” economist Nicholas Stern told a meeting in London organised by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures earlier this month. “We may be on a path to 3°C. The risks are enormous.” The biggest global obstacle to investment in clean growth is governments’ failure to pursue clear, credible and predictable policies, Stern said. A well-designed carbon price is an indispensable part of any strategy for efficiently reducing emissions. The European Union does have a carbon trading scheme, but it has produced a low and erratic carbon price – which doesn’t incentivise cutting emissions. The scheme has been close to meaningless, says Wendel Trio of Climate Action Network Europe. Reforms announced last week won’t change this. “What businesses want to know is that the price of carbon is going to be high, and that the price will increase,” says Le Quéré. Le Quéré’s team previously found that, from 2014 to 2016, emissions from fossil fuels and industry remained flat despite continuing economic growth. This led some to hope that global emissions had peaked, although many experts warned it was too early to tell. Now fossil fuel and industry emissions are projected to rise 2 per cent in 2017, to a record 37 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide. Whether emissions will continue to rise in the coming years or flatten out again is not clear, says Le Quéré. “We can’t say what trajectory is going to be realised.”

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