Post by Bret Cahill Post by JTEM is right
Look. Your "AGW" is politics.
Climate science is nubbers -- 'n nubbers skeer deniers.
Here are a few numbers for you (from a peer reviewed publication):
This article investigates the temperature reduction impact of major
climate policy proposals implemented by 2030, using the standard MAGICC
climate model. Even optimistically assuming that promised emission cuts
are maintained throughout the century, the impacts are generally small.
The impact of the US Clean Power Plan (USCPP) is a reduction in
temperature rise by 0.013°C by 2100. The full US promise for the COP21
climate conference in Paris, its so‐called Intended Nationally Determined
Contribution (INDC) will reduce temperature rise by 0.031°C. The EU 20‐20
policy has an impact of 0.026°C, the EU INDC 0.053°C, and China INDC
0.048°C. All climate policies by the US, China, the EU and the rest of
the world, implemented from the early 2000s to 2030 and sustained through
the century will likely reduce global temperature rise about 0.17°C in
2100. These impact estimates are robust to different calibrations of
climate sensitivity, carbon cycling and different climate scenarios.
Current climate policy promises will do little to stabilize the climate
and their impact will be undetectable for many decades.