Stephen Schneider: ‘No safe level of CO2’?

In a ClimateWire article today touting the alarmist goal of 350 parts per million for atmospheric CO2, Stanford University climate hysteric Stephen Schneider made the following comment about “haggling over emissions targets”:

“We’re betting the planet. There’s no such thing as a safe level. There’s a level of very risky, versus mildly risky.

There’s no safe level of CO2? What is he talking about? If there’s no CO2, then there are no people or plants.

Maybe he’s just referring to the inverse correlation between atmospheric CO2 and sanity among alarmists.

5 thoughts on “Stephen Schneider: ‘No safe level of CO2’?”

  1. It’s not safe to go outside. CO2 is everywhere -it’s everywhere!! just goes to show that any rubber-brained mouse can get a doctorate.

  2. Maybe Dr Schneider should stop polluting the planet and stop breathing outthat up to 4000ppm CO2 in his breath.
    But then the ‘very risky’ habit of making CO2 doesn’t apply to the elite does it?
    Only to us serfs.
    About the same as Dr Schneider’s eugenic ideas, doesn’t apply to him and his does it?

  3. I can’t believe these kooks had the audacity to label these science. I never cease to be amazed at the stupidity of supposedly educated people.

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