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Climate Change: the wolf that isn’t there

22 May 2022

8:20 PM

22 May 2022

8:20 PM

The amount of carbon dioxide emitted by human activity into the Earth’s atmosphere is about the equivalent of a grain of rice in a sack.

3 per cent of 0.04 per cent of the atmosphere is made up of carbon dioxide.

Were this uncontested fact widely known, would children still cry in fear of the dreaded Climate Change monster? Would this little inconvenient fact have driven different policies with different election outcomes?

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