What's that bright light in the sky then?
Are you telling me the tarmac roads are melting because of CO2?
Put your hand on any black or dark painted metal object during bright sunlit days and then tell me 'heat' comes from CO2.
CO2 is one of the most misunderstood subjects on the planet.
Essential for life, absorbed by nearly every form of plant life on the planet, emitted by humans constantly 24 hours a day, every day of their lifespan.
As an atmospheric gas, its broken down by UV and other energetic emissions from the sun and as a gaseous element is abused more than anything else by climate wallahs on either side of the 'media' climate change argument.
CO2 acts as a blanket for retaining heat in the atmosphere.
Try telling that to the elderly freezing to death in northern hempisphere winters and expecting your hearing to come away unscathed!
Blankets also retain 'cold', being a form of insulation. (Now there's a commercial proposition)
Some say if we had no politicians, media commentators or climate activists, we'd produce less CO2. Probably right.
That bright light in the sky warms the earth faster than any other factor. Try sitting on the edge of the hotel pool at midday and tell me otherwise. Then try it again between 3 and 5am in the morning.