Carbon Dioxide Levels Projected to Increase Significantly

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Scientists for BP (formerly British Petroleum) carefully analyzed carbon dioxide demands, needs, and outputs in the developing world. See above.

(The red line indicates the CO2 level desired by the dreamers at the 2015 Paris Climate conference; the designation OECD stands for “Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development,” or the industrialized, mostly-western countries. “Non-OECD” countries are generally developing countries.)

The BP scientists concluded that it is inevitable that developing societies will need fossil fuels in greater amounts in the future.

This demand will cause CO2 levels to increase steadily over the next generation. And no legal agreements or treaties are likely to alter this inevitable trajectory.

See here.

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