CHARTICLES News Weekly
Carbon dioxide is turning the Earth a brighter green
, February 25, 2017
These two maps, published by the CSIRO in 2013, show that in the period 1982–2010, the amount of leaf coverage worldwide across arid areas in particular had increased by 11 per cent due to a process the scientific institution calls, euphemistically, “carbon dioxide fertilisation”.
Presumably, this greening of the deserts is “good news” despite its being due to, at least in some part, the rise in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which the climate-change alarmists tell us is going to have only devastating effects on the planet’s ecosystems.