Albin B. Andersson

Global warming and climate change

News   •   Jun 27, 2013 06:17 EDT

The general trend for the global temperature during the years 1980 - 2010 has been an increase of about 0.6 degrees centigrade, or 0.2 degrees per decade, although with variations from year to year. During the same time period the worldwide production of coal, of natural gas and of oil has has been increasing in a similar way as well as the emissions of anthropogenic gases from these fossil fuels. These alarming common trends seem to be prevailing during the foreseeable future unless more effective measures than hitherto will be taken to try and stop them.

A study has been done starting with a collocation of relevant facts and figures and other available knowledge and information including variuos aspects  of the major greenhouse gases, of energy, physics, chemistry, climate and processes in nature etc.

The study has resulted in a comprehensive solution to satisfy the needs and various preconditions of the complex problem including the technology and economy.

The study is described on the site: www.superclimatesolution.com.