The Case Against CO2

Out of the thousands of scientists who have studied our oceans, climate and biosphere for decades, 97% agree: climate change is real, and we are the cause. Our ability to generate cheap energy from fossil fuels has generated far more CO2 than our trees and oceans can absorb. This has led to a build-up of CO2 and other gases in our atmosphere. These gases form a kind of heat trap, causing global air and sea temperatures to rise and glaciers to melt at a dramatic rate.


How do we know it’s too much? The numbers don’t add up.

Where does it all come from? The top 10 contributors of CO2.

What’s the big deal? Let’s take a look at the costs.