I suppose its my own fault for engaging, fool me 5472943049297 times I guess...
...with total compliance from all nations...
...could lower the expected temperature increase by 0.6 to 1.1 C.
The World Meteorological Organization estimated that U.S. withdrawal from the emissions-cutting accord could add 0.3 degrees Celsius to global temperatures by the end of the century in a worst-case scenario.
So since the US is no longer in the accord, add 0.3.
So add that 0.3 to the mythical expected temperature increase of 0.6 to 1.1 and you get the result of a expected temperature increase of 0.9 to 1.4C.
You can just forget I asked you a question. Ill wait ands see if someone else circles back to answer.
where do you see .6 to 1.1 as the expected temp increase under the paris agreement?
the overall global increase with Paris goals met is indeed mythical given the info you have available. you know potential reduction with or w/o US, but you don't know "the expected temperature increase." subtract. is not add.
you are reading a projected decrease of the expected increase as the increase itself.
Edited by Gromnir, 06 June 2017 - 12:55 PM.