The Guardian: We know the terrible legacy of our love of fossil fuels. But will it stop us? No chance

Build a bunker with a vegetable plot on some high but sheltered ground and leave it to your grandchildren: dangerous levels of climate change now look all but inevitable. According to a report this week by the International Energy Agency, which isn’t an especially alarmist body, the chances grow every day that the world will warm by more than 2C (4F), which scientists estimate is the limit beyond which change becomes chaotic and unknowable, and much more dangerous. To stay within that limit, the proportion of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere mustn’t exceed 450ppm (parts per million). To read the full article, click hereWe know the terrible legacy of our love of fossil fuels.

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