Re: Good for the planet?
Natural as well as anthropogenic factors cause warming.
Just muddying the waters. Anthropogenic factors are making a measurable difference in outcome
Warming is slower than predicted, Climate Policy relies on inadequate models.
Yes, the exact prediction is difficult. So let's stick our heads in the sand and not do anything until the models are perfect, yeah???
CO2 is plant food, the basis for all life on Earth.
There is far far more to Earth's ecosystems than 'more plants'. Significantly, the amount of CO2 and related other changes isn't itself the issue, it's how quick it's happening so life can't adapt fast enough.
Global Warming has not increased natural disasters.
Pull the other one
Climate Policy must respect scientific and economic realities.
Absolutely. Current climate policy in theory is a lot of bleating about how much we need to do. In practice, global policy is still far too friendly to fossil fuels, and much care is being taken not to upset too many economic applecarts