This book puts innovation at the centre and is designed to create

discussion on climate sensitivity and its consequences. Anyone who

is criticised in this book has had a long time to defend their

positions, in some cases as far back as 2008.

The goal is the highest degree of fairness.


I myself have been hoping since 2008 that I am wrong about climate

sensitivity. But over the years, more and more

facts point to cs=36 and the whole current climate policy then falls apart

like a house of cards. A functioning democracy requires that this should get

discussed. This book is about what must come instead.


Young people should not have climate anxiety because it is possible

to show leadership and create action plans based on precise science

and mathematics. It is possible to solve the climate crisis.


However, with Zero Emissions 2050, everyone should get

deep anxiety - on good grounds. This policy can at most reduce emissions

by a few Gt of CO2 per year. The result in global temperature will not be

even measurable in 2050. It is better to understand this right now rather

than to wait until 2050 and conclude that the policy didn't work. In the meantime

any chance of dealing with the crisis has probably disappeared.


NASA shows that the climate is already accelerating and getting

worse every year.


We need to suck out 200 Gtons of CO2/year. Then the Earth can be repaired

in 20 years and even the Paris Agreement will be respected.






As an innovator, I want to focus on trying to solve a fraction of the new

technologies needed. However, the book shows that the IPCC has not

done its job.  


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