Well, I meant here on LF. Whatever ones feelings on how much mankind contributes, no one could deny that relying on fossil fuels, can only continue on for so much longer without dire consequences. We are but a sliver of atmosphere sandwiched between a molten interior beneath our feet, and frozen space above.
I agree that we should put only so much CO2 into the atmosphere. The question is, how much. Perhaps ca 600 ppm might be optimal, hard to say.
By the time we get there we'll have hydrino energy and hopefully cold fusion serving most of our energy needs. Providential timing.
Here's a refreshingly different view to the CO2 mainstream stuffiness from fellow Canadian and former Greenpeace activist Patrick Moore: