more CO2 improves health …

There’s nothing extra CO2 isn’t good for it seems, except in the greeny mind:

Pathogen Pressure on Seagrass: Helped or Hindered by Warming? (27 May 2015)
Chalk another one up for warming being the purveyor of good news for a species of plant faced with the prospect of suffering the ill effects of wasting disease

Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Enhances the Healthiness of Lake Water (27 May 2015)
Another important “plus” of the historical and still-ongoing-rise in the air’s CO2 content for the entire world, which is rarely discussed in the scientific – or popular – literature…

Yes, warming, along with extra CO2 benefits the environment in many ways: “[…] And these findings led them to conclude that “rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations cause non-MC-producing strains to outcompete MC-producing strains, thereby reducing MC concentrations,” which clearly bodes well for the health of not only the 30 million people that obtain their drinking water from Lake Taihu, but for all people — and animals — everywhere.”


Sea Grass on mud reef



Leaving the Church of Environmentalism

By Alan Caruba In March 2009 while the Environmental Protection Agency was rushing to fulfill a presidential campaign pledge to document that carbon dioxide (CO2) and five other greenhouse gases endangered public health and the environment, a longtime employee, Alan Carlin, put out a 93-page report challenging the science being cited and the drift of…

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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