Originally Posted by Cevno
Didn't mean exactly what you think i did.
But it is certainly still a evolving issue at many levels(the cause, the ways to curb it, till when it is supposedly reversible/irreversible, which country should do what and developing vs developed countries etc.....) And especially more evolving on a policy level.
The cause is us mate. The only references you will find refuting it lead either to right wing news outlets, oil companies or scientists (half the time it's those bloody physicists
) talking about something not in their field.
The ways to curb it are pretty straightforward, and uniformitarianism (processes that happened in the past happen today like they did then) would suggest we can predict the effects pretty handily going off past Holocene fluctuations.