by Larry Bell, Newsmax
If there’s anything that climate crisis theology clerics hate more than fossil fuels, it’s got to be any glad tidings about CO2. Like, for example, results of a global satellite study published last month in the journal Nature.
It reported that thanks to that “pollutant,” the planet is producing lots more veggies even the most strident non-carnivorous ideologically superior planetary salvationists should truly celebrate.
How much more?
Well according to the 32 researchers from nine countries, it amounted to “a persistent and widespread increase” of greening over 25% to 50% of the “global vegetated area” over the past 35 years. Less than 4% of the globe showed a reduction. Of the 85% of Earth’s ice-free lands, the areas covered in green average about 32% of that amount.
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