The concealments of carbon markets and the publicity of love in a time of climate change

It was first proposed by John Tyndall in 1859 that greenhouse gases – and especially carbon dioxide – play a role in regulating the diurnal temperature of the earth. In 1938 G. S. Callendar argued that fossil fuel burning was raising atmospheric carbon dioxide and that this had warmed the planet by a degree Fahrenheit…

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