An invited paper submitted to the International Journal of Energy and the Environment written by two university professors from Portugal states the man-made global warming hypothesis ("AGW") is erroneous, that the current trend of low solar activity will lead to a new "Little Ice Age" by mid-century, and that wasteful, expensive, and unnecessary green fuels/green energy/carbon credits be abandoned in favor of "productive, economically viable and morally acceptable solutions."
Transactions: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL of ENERGY and ENVIRONMENT
Transactions ID Number: 19-660
Full Name: Igor Khmelinskii
Address: Universidade do Algarve, FCT, DQF and CIQA, Campus de Gambelas, 8005-139 Faro
Title of the Paper: Climate Change Policies for the XXIst Century: Mechanisms, Predictions and Recommendations
Authors: Igor Khmelinskii and Peter Stallinga
Email addresses of all the authors: firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com
Abstract: Recent experimental works demonstrated that the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) hypothesis, embodied in a series of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) global climate models, is erroneous. These works prove that atmospheric carbon dioxide contributes only very moderately to the observed warming, and that there is no climatic catastrophe in the making, independent on whether or not carbon dioxide emissions will be reduced. In view of these developments, we discuss climate predictions for the XXIst century. Based on the solar activity tendencies, a new Little Ice Age is predicted by the middle of this century, with significantly lower global temperatures. We also show that IPCC climate models can't produce any information regarding future climate, due to essential physical phenomena lacking in those, and that the current budget deficit in many EU countries is mainly caused by the policies promoting renewable energies and other AGW-motivated measures.
In absence of any predictable adverse climate consequences of carbon dioxide emissions, and with no predictable shortage of fossil fuels, we argue for recalling of all policies aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions and usage of expensive renewable energy sources. The concepts of carbon credits, green energy and green fuels should be abandoned in favor of productive, economically viable and morally acceptable solutions.
Special (Invited) Session: Climate Change in the XXIst Century: Mechanisms and Predictions