(Study) More Than 25% Of Global Sea Level Rise Can Be Attributed To Just 90 Companies

A new scientific report by the journal Climatic Change asserts that 25% of the sea level rise from 1880 to 2010 can be attributed to just 90 corporations according to Inside Climate News.

A new scientific report by the journal Climatic Change asserts that 25% of the sea level rise from 1880 to 2010 can be attributed to just 90 corporations according to Inside Climate News.

Can millimeters of sea level rise or increments of warming on the globe's thermometer be attributed to specific energy companies? A new study attempts to do that, and says that more than a quarter of sea level rise and about half the warming from 1880 to 2010 can be traced back to just 90 corporations.

Using models, they calculated that the greenhouse gas emissions of these 90 companies accounted for around 42 to 50 percent of the global temperature increase and about 26 to 32 percent of global sea level rise over the course of industrial history, from 1880 to 2010. Since 1980, a time when global warming was first getting wide attention, their emissions have accounted for around 28 to 35 percent of rising temperatures and around 11 to 14 percent of rising seas.

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