Since coming to live in Delhi and attending various government functions related to environment and climate, I’ve been struck by the government’s repeated emphasis that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant.
For a well-informed mind, this shouldn’t be a surprise.
Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that enables all life forms to flourish on earth. It is an odorless, colorless gas – non-toxic at levels 20 or more times the atmospheric concentration – that is the elixir of life.
However, the media and global governing entities have adopted a strange narrative during the past three decades. They vilify carbon dioxide as the single most undesirable and dangerous gas on the planet. One American opinion magazine even went so far as to call it “far more deadly” than the Sarin gas Syrian President Bashar al Assad used to poison his people. (Hint: A lethal dose of Sarin is about one-half milligram. The average person exhales over 1 million times as much CO2 per day – about 1.04 kilograms.)
Yet corporate organizations globally embrace the nonsense that CO2 is a pollutant. They redefine sustainability to accommodate the false idea of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming.
Not so the Indian government. … [Click to read the rest at WND.com.]