No Direct Human Health Risk Under a CO2 Exposure of 3000 ppm

by W. Liu et al., August 1st 2017


And what did these analyses reveal?

Not surprisingly, when all was said and done, the authors report that « increasing [the] CO2 concentration to 3000 ppm at 35°C did not cause changes in any of the measured responses. » They did note, however, that the heart rates of the subjects were slightly reduced under elevated CO2 conditions (Figure 1, top left panel), although these reductions were not statistically significant.

100 companies to blame for 71% of carbon “pollution”, but world’s worst corporates are Big Government

by JoNova, August 2017


Since 1988, a mere 100 companies have been responsible for 71 percent of the entire world’s industrial greenhouse gas emissions.

This data comes from an inaugural report published by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), an environmental non-profit. Charting the rapid expansion of the fossil fuel industry in the last 28 years, they have now released some truly staggering numbers on the world’s major carbon polluters.