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What are the REAL annual Fossil fuel reduction targets we must meet to survive

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Introduction

When it comes to what our REAL fossil fuel emission reduction targets should be, what you have been told by our governments and most environmental groups is dead wrong! We now have one remaining last chance to get it right.

[This article contains the real and critical global fossil fuel targets for individuals, businesses, and nations that must be met by 2025. It also contains the 3 extinction evoking tipping points we will trigger if we do not make these 2025 targets.]

In order to prepare you for the shocking and REAL last change fossil fuel reduction targets that must be made if we are going to save humanity from unimaginable suffering, death, and likely extinction, it is necessary to see just how poorly our previous fossil fuel reduction actions have fared since we were first notified about the coming global warming extinction and other dangers by our scientists over 35 years ago. (If you do not understand how fossil fuel emissions of carbon into the atmosphere creates global warming, please click here for a set of simple illustrations.) 

What has been hidden from you: 

1. We have actually increased fossil fuel use more this century than in the last two decades of the 20th century. To make this point alarmingly clear, more than half of all fossil fuel emissions that have been released in the last 25 years and parked in the atmosphere are more than was released in all of recorded history before 1990. 

2. Even though we have had over 20 international conferences on fossil fuel use reduction, and we had international treaties since at least 1993 pledging we would reduce global warming, worldwide we still are about 67% higher in carbon emissions than the early 1990s. (Atmospheric carbon emissions is probably the best way to measure future global warming.)

3. In 2018 carbon emissions increased another dramatic 2.7% and they are projected to increase once again in 2019. (Here is a graph that shows the rising carbon (CO2,) in the atmosphere in parts per million (ppm) from burning fossil fuels to help you visualize that it is not just going bad, it is getting exponentially worse, while at the same time, you are being told we are doing better at reducing carbon emissions. Worse yet, exponential increases in carbon emissions can also mean exponential increases in future global warming consequences.)

Yes, intentionally or through ignorance, our governments, the media, and most of the world's environmental groups have not been telling us the REAL facts about our REAL lack of any meaningful progress whatsoever in reducing the rate of fossil fuel use, much less the complete absence of any substantive reductions anywhere across the world in reducing atmospheric carbon.

Keeping the preceding horrific failure of any appreciable efforts to take seriously fossil fuel reductions, or even reducing the rates of increases,please explore the REAL fossil fuel reductions that must be made to save our future. 

If you don't believe we are telling you valid facts about our dismal failure in reducing global warming over the last 35 years, click here to view a short video by climate Professor Kevin Anderson in a recent presentation to the Oxford University Climate Society. This video also backs up the critical and shocking last chance global fossil fuel reduction target levels (described below,) which are needed before 2025 that you are about to discover.

What must be done, our REAL last chance 2025 fossil fuel reduction targets 

The absolute minimum total fossil fuel reductions that must occur to prevent the strong likelihood of going extinct not sometime after 2100, but within the next few decades are:

a. All industrially developed nations must reduce their total fossil fuel use by 75% by 2025 and then continue reducing fossil fuel use to net zero carbon emissions by 2035.  Net carbon zero emissions in this solution means that no additional fossil fuel emissions are going into the atmosphere that are not also simultaneously being removed from the atmosphere by natural means. (Only about 20 countries produce 70% or more of the world's carbon emissions.)

Think of developed nations like most members of the G 20 group; Argentina, Australia, Canada, the European Union, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, China, and India. (See technical note 1 near the end of this page for why China and India had to be included in the list of developed countries.) 

b. All developing nations must maintain their total fossil fuel emission levels as they are at the beginning of 2019 and not allow them to go any higher. Then by 2045, all developing nations must also be at net zero carbon emissions. This allowance for developing nations to stay at the level they are now and gradually reduce down to net zero carbon emissions by 2045 is part of an essential justice and equity equation. The developed nations created their wealth by producing the far greatest majority of all carbon emissions in the atmosphere today, thus causing almost all of our current global warming extinction emergency. (See technical note 2 near the end of this page for more about justice and equity allowances.)

Please especially note that the above global fossil fuel reduction targets are not the same as the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC,) global fossil fuel reduction targets. This is because the current fossil fuel reduction targets presented by the United Nations and used by governments all over the world are dead wrong!

They have been politically manipulated to allow fossil fuel producing countries and companies to maintain their sources of income. They have been underestimated on a regular basis and, the calculations in them have been "cooked" to allow for "post-2050 carbon reduction compensations" due to a projected and untested carbon removal technology that even the IPCC says will not exist until sometime after 2050, if ever. The calculations we use above are based on the current conditions and honest mathematics and physics from legitimate and unafraid climate scientists.

To read about the politicizing of the science and math in the United Nations calculations, click here. To read about the cooked calculations for a 2050 carbon capture technology that does not exist and which allows the uneducated to believe that we are safe, click here.) 

Here are your annual personal, business and national fossil fuel reduction targets

The above total targets break down to every person, every business, and every government in the developed world each year, reducing their total fossil fuel use by about 25% or more per year over the next six years. This will allow us to reach the most critical 2025 overall 75% global reduction target.

Once we have reached that target successfully, we must then further reduce fossil fuel use at least another 10% per year over the next 10 years and before 2035. 

If you are in a developing nation, you cannot increase your annual fossil fuel use at all. You also will need to begin reducing your fossil fuel use on the average by around 5-7 % per year for the next 26 years to hit your critical net zero emissions target by 2045. (If you don't believe we are telling you facts about the real fossil fuel reduction targets needed to survive that you just read above, click here to view a short video by climate Professor Kevin Anderson in a recent presentation to the Oxford University Climate Society.) 

What is essential to know is that these shockingly large amounts of required fossil fuel reductions and their soon arriving deadlines are absolutely critical immediately because our past and current reduction strategies have resulted in absolutely no effective level of the essential needed reductions in emissions from fossil fuel use. 

Yes, we have been continually deceived about global warming reduction progress as well as the REAL fossil fuel reduction targets we should have started making each year beginning over 35 years ago.

If you are in a developed country, here are some very important questions to ask yourself:

How are you doing on reducing your total personal fossil fuel use this year by 25%?

How is the business that you are working at doing in reducing its total annual fossil fuel use this year by 25%?

How is your nation doing in reducing its total annual fossil fuel use by its 25% target for this year?

It is critical to keep in mind that hitting this first six-year target is tantamount for avoiding the likelihood of entering the extinction process. Consequently, the greatest emphasis must be made to successfully reach this first target level.

Please also keep in mind that for every year any individual, business or nation does not hit their targets, it causes their individual, business and national reduction targets for the following years to be further increased accordingly to make up for all differences!

If you, your business or your nation is not making its targets, please do not despair or do not beat yourself up. We have no time to waste for those kinds of activities. Here's what you can do immediately if you're not hitting your annual targets:

1. see what is needed to get our governments to execute all of the absolutely critical 2025 radical fossil fuel reducing actions (found prioritized in Part 3 of the Job One Plan.)

2. see what is needed to get the world's wealthiest individuals and corporations to recognize this is a no-win game for them as well. No amount of money will save them in the long run. Once they realize this, they will use their vastly more powerful influence to get the world's politicians to get the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets achieved on time. (Please see Part 4 of the Job One Plan.) 

3. see what is needed to get ourselves as individuals and our businesses to execute the radical annual fossil fuel reduction targets listed above (and as described in Part 2 of our Job One Plan.) 

If you are in a developing country, here are some very important questions to ask yourself:

How are you doing on reducing your personal total annual fossil fuel use for this year to meet your target of no new fossil fuel use?

How is the business that you are working at doing in reducing its total annual fossil fuel use for this year to meet their targets?

How is your nation doing in reducing its total annual fossil fuel use by its target for this year?

It is critical to keep in mind that hitting your annual and 2025 reduction targets is tantamount to avoid entering the mass human extinction process. Please also keep in mind that for every year any individual, business or nation does not hit their targets, it causes their individual, business and national reduction targets for the following years to be increased accordingly.

If you, your business or your nation is not making its targets, do not despair and do not beat yourself up. We have no time to waste for those kinds of activities.

While there is much more to read in this document, here's what you can get started on immediately if you're not hitting your personal or business annual targets:

1. see what is needed to get our governments to execute all of the absolutely critical 2025 radical fossil fuel reducing actions (found prioritized in Part 3 of the Job One Plan.)

2. see what is needed to get the world's wealthiest individuals and corporations to recognize this is a no-win game for them as well. No amount of money will save them in the long run. Once they realize this, they will use their vastly more powerful influence to get the world's politicians to get the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets achieved on time. (Please see Part 4 of the Job One Plan.) 

3. see what is needed to get ourselves as individuals and our businesses to execute the radical annual fossil fuel reduction targets listed above (and as described in Part 2 of our Job One Plan.) 

What is most important to remember is that, if we fail to hit our 2025 targets, most of uswill suffer and die and endure economic, political and social chaos over within just decades due to the accelerating 20 worst consequences of global warming as well as crossing global warming's 11 key tipping points (as described step-by-step further below.)

Here is the cataclysmic chain of unbearable consequences and 3 crossed tipping points we will experience so you will know why it will be "game over" for humanity --- if we miss the 2025 targets!

2025 failure is simply not a rational option!

But, if we do fail, here is how mass human extinction, as well as economic, political and social chaos, will become our shared future from crossing three critical global warming tipping points within the next few decades. 

 

It is important to quickly review what is happening right now before you discover what crossing these 3 critical tipping points will mean to your future:

1. At our current atmospheric carbon level of about 411-413 ppm, the stability o fthe bellwether West Antarctic ice sheet has already been breached and this ice loss is now irreversible. (This ice sheet plays a critical role in rising sea level. This ice sheet is also an excellent example of one of many critical global warming tipping points the world has hurdled past far faster than anyone had predicted or foreseen.) 

2. At our current atmospheric carbon levels, we will also experience more and escalatingextreme droughts and storms, wildfires, rain bombs, bomb cyclones, hurricanes, and other wild and unseasonable weather.

You're now ready to explore the serious consequences of crossing the first tipping point around 2025. 

The first and most important climate cliff tipping point that we will cross after 2025

If we do not engage in anything less than the greatest government-driven mass mobilization in human history of all necessary resources directed toward radically cutting fossil fuel use to hit the critical 2025 targets described above, we will without a doubt go over what is our "last chance" carbon 425-450 parts per million (ppm) climate cliff and tipping point. (Once again see the blue Atmospheric CO2 carbon graph above or below to see how close we are to that point already.)

It is called our last chance climate cliff because it truly is our last window of opportunity to keep from going over the carbon 425 to 450 climate cliff and tipping point. Once we go over this climate cliff, our average global temperature will inevitably rise above 2°C far faster than ever before in geologic time. This very fast temperature rise also creates a powerful momentum that will push our average global temperature higher even faster. 

This momentum is composed of many factors including crossing additional global warming tipping points, which, unfortunately, we will also begin to cross at an even faster pace.  

(To learn more about how crossing global warming tipping points [like those in the illustration below,] function, accelerate global warming consequences, causes sudden and complete climate, biological and human system collapses as well as make recovery from their consequences much slower, harder and more expensive, click here.)

If we continue only to the carbon 425 ppm climate cliff tipping point level, within about 6 years (or less,) we can expect to lock in an eventual increase in average global temperature of about 2-2.7° Celsius (4°-4.9° Fahrenheit) from preindustrial levels. At just this 2°-2.7° Celsius increased average global temperature level, millions more will starve and many more millions of people from all over the world will eventually be forced to either migrate or die. 

Once we go over the climate cliff and hit the 2.2°-2.7° Celsius average global temperature increase level, the total heat-producing momentum of all of the previous carbon that we have ever put into the atmosphere (particularly all that additional carbon we have added over the last 50 years,) along with more crossed tipping points will rapidly and inevitably push our global average global temperature even higher!

This also means that for all intents and purposes, once we go over the climate cliff at carbon 425 ppm we are basically locked into continually increasing temperatures for as much as the next 30-50 years! If we cross the carbon 425 carbon ppm climate cliff and tipping point, we will also reach the key threshold and carbon and temperature transition level where because of global warming momentum factors as well as serious human systems inertia factors we also will be unable to stop ourselves from continuing uncontrollably and far too quickly to 3°, 4°, 5°, and 6° Celsius average global temperature increases (5.4°, 7.2°, 9°, and 10.8° Fahrenheit.) 

Once we cross the 2°C carbon 425 ppm climate cliff the even higher temperature levels of 3°, 4°, 5°, and possibly even 6° Celsius will also be all but locked in due to:

1. our continuing to add more fossil fuel burning carbon to the atmosphere each and every additional year (at about 3 ppm per year,) 

2. this ever-increasing heat-producing carbon and other greenhouse gas momentum, and

3. our being unable to stop ourselves from crossing many more global warming tipping points and triggering other positive feedback loops and points of no return within the many systems and subsystems of the global climate.

Because of the preceding, we have no other rational alternative other than to prevent ever crossing into this highly dangerous transitional carbon 425-450 ppm threshold, range and tipping point. At our current rate of carbon and other greenhouse gas atmospheric pollution, entering this range will begin sometime around 2025. 

There is something we can be certain of in this emergency. No matter what and in spite of all of the challenges and bad outcomes that are possible, the single constant truth for the best possible global warming outcome for humanity is that the faster and more we reduce global fossil fuel use:

a. the more people we will survive to carry on humanity, life and our beautiful civilization, and

b. future generations will suffer less from an ever-increasing sequence of escalating global warming consequences.

In the illustration below you see a red vertical "Must not pass, last chance battle line of 425 to 450 ppm." As you can see, going over the carbon 425 climate cliff leads us to a very steep and slippery slope to our own rapid extinction. This illustration also lists at what carbon ppm levels the six distinct phases of the Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown occur (CS Phase 1-6.)

 

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After you read the rest of the document, we strongly recommend that you also review the detailed year-by-year global warming consequence timetables found in what we call the Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown. (It will be linked again at the bottom of this page.)

Here is what is most important to remember about a failure to achieve our 2025 reduction targets:

1. Our ability to maintain any real or meaningful control over this looming emergency ends in 2025 just after we enter go over the climate cliff and breach the carbon 425-450 ppm range. It is the pure math and physics of atmospheric carbon and the other greenhouse gases that will take over after we go over the climate cliff and drive our temperatures ever higher and higher up to and through two more catastrophic tipping points and many other global warming consequences described further below. 

If we do not make the 2025 targets, our last chance, and final window opportunity to effectively control our own destiny regarding preventing humanity ending tipping points from being crossed literally closes. This is why our last chance carbon 425-450 ppm tipping point is truly our most important tipping point to understand. (More about what causes this loss of control of our global warming future will be explained in the following sections.)

It will also help you to understand how fast future global warming consequence will intensify and often intensify together if you imagine all of the global warming consequences whirling around and colliding into each other [partially shown in the illustration below,] because of the "boiling effect" and agitation of ever-increasing heat. This is similar to how the rising heat under a steam cooker whirls, churns and collides the boiling water inside faster and faster.  (To learn more about exactly how the 20 worst global warming consequences will harm most of our lives, click here.)

2. Once we reach the carbon 425-450 ppm level, there will be so much global warming temperature increasing momentum built up from all of the previously emitted carbon (and other greenhouse gases,) that it will also help propel us to even higher temperatures even faster! After we cross the climate cliff, stopping this ever-increasing global warming temperature increasing momentum will be like trying to stop a gigantic boulder from rolling faster and faster down a cliff that keeps getting steeper and steeper. And,

3. In case you're still somehow thinking or believing technology will save us at the last minute, no new carbon removal technologies(what we call magical carbon sucking unicorns,) will be able to save us in time. This is because even those who believe this technology might save us are projecting that they will not even be available at the earliest until sometime after 2050. This will be long after the damage is done and long after anything can be done for the billions of people who will suffer and die! (Please click here if you still have any illusions about new carbon removal technology miraculously saving us at the last minute. The science found there will help you to understand that the only way out of this imminent catastrophe is to radically reduce fossil fuel use globally to meet the 2025 targets.)

4. We are in an unacknowledged global warming extinction emergency and so far we and our governments are not even close to being on pace to hit our critical 2025 targets. 

Never forget that if we fail to hit the 2025 targets we lose our last chance to be able to stop ourselves from going over other far worse global warming tipping points which will cause mass human extinction and economic, political and social chaos within our lifetimes! 

How any failure to meet the 2025 targets will trigger the next 2 tipping points, which will severely affect your personal, business and national finances, safety and security over the next few decades!

Over the following decades, we are in for a shocking, chaotic and deadly ride if we fail to hit our 2025 fossil fuel reduction targets. To help you grasp the horrific reality of what's coming, it is necessary to simply explain a little bit more about carbon, other greenhouse gases in our atmosphere and the blue Atmospheric CO2 graph below.

Carbon is the current key greenhouse gas in raising the average global temperature. The carbon level in the atmosphere measured in parts per million (ppm.) Atmospheric carbon at this time that is humanly controllable comes significantly from our burning of fossil fuels. Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, most of this atmospheric carbon has been caused by fossil fuel burning.

Because of the known effects of greenhouse gases like carbon, an increasing carbon ppm level in our atmosphere is one of the best,if not the best predictor of future global warming temperature increases or decreases. On average, over the last 60 years, for every additional 25 parts per million (ppm) of carbon that goes into the atmosphere, our average global temperature goes up .5 degrees Fahrenheit or about .25 degrees C. Understanding the coming major consequence and tipping point levels for our atmospheric carbon is how the people and nations of the world will manage their future safety and security. 

As of May 2018, we have about 411-413 parts per million (ppm) of carbon in our atmosphere. On average, over the last 6 decades, we are adding about an increase of 3 + new carbon ppm in the atmosphere each year. 

If you look at the trendline on the graph below, you can clearly see we are in serious trouble! In spite of everything you are hearing about all we are doing to reduce global warming over the past 30+ years, from the graph below you can clearly see that global warming from increased atmospheric carbon is not only continuing to get worse, but it is also getting worse at an even faster rate. 

There are also minor monthly variations in carbon ppm levels from year to year, as well as cyclical weather variations due to things like El Nino or La Nina. In spite of such normal carbon ppm variations, the clearly dominant trend shown above for the last 70 years is carbon ppm rising faster and faster.

It is also important to know that the ever-increasing damage that we are doing to our life-critical environment because of our carbon pollution of the atmosphere and its consequent global warming will not reverse itself for hundreds to thousands of years from now! Imagine how any survivors will curse us for what we have done.      

What you will find below are the highlights about how, when and why the next wave of global warming tipping points will severely worsen our lives as well as bringing about the extinction of most of humanity and economic, political and social chaos within our lifetimes. These are only the most important tipping point highlights of a very complex process involving climate, biological and human systems, and subsystems. (At the end of this document, we will provide an additional link to the Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown document, which will breakdown the complex global warming processes so you can see that all of the horrific technical details below are accurate.)

Now with the foundational information from above, you are ready for what will happen over the next few decades if we go over the carbon 425-450 ppm climate cliff:

The second most important tipping point which we will cross as soon as 2042-2067 or earlier

As the current carbon rises, we will cross the carbon 500 ppm near-extinction level as we continue crossing more of the 11 critical global warming tipping points within the climate’s many systems and subsystems, but now at an even faster rate. Once we go over the climate cliff, we will inevitably cross the carbon 500 ppm level as soon as 2042-2067 or earlier. (Which tipping points we cross and how much and how fast we add additional carbon to our atmosphere will determine when in that 2042-2067 time range we will hit carbon 500 ppm.) 

When we cross the carbon 500 ppm level, ALLice and ALL glaciers on Earth will enter a near-unstoppable process of a complete meltdown! Yes, you read that right! 

Crossing the carbon 500 ppm threshold has, in fact, repeatedly happened in Earth's geological history. When it has occurred, the sea level inevitably rose to the 70 meters (230 feet) range. At our current annual carbon ppm emission rates, we will reach this catastrophic carbon 500 ppm range in just 20-25 more years. 

If we cross that critical tipping point by passing the atmospheric carbon level of 500 parts per million (ppm), our average global temperature will eventually soar to 4°C (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit). At 4°C, a large portion of humanity (hundreds of millions to billions) will die of starvation (or die and suffer from increased heat's 19 other related consequences) and, governments and society will collapse in most areas of the world between the 35th parallel north and the 35th parallel south.

Even though it will take many centuries for the seas to rise the full 230 feet, there still will be shocking spurts of sea level rise within those centuries where the sea level rise up to 10 feet or more in just a few decades as it also has done repeatedly in Earth's past. 

Take a moment to visualize the seas eventually but steadily and in spurts rising 230 feet and what this will mean to our coastal cities, our national borders and the generations that follow us. Take a moment to visualize the ever-increasing massive worldwide crop failures because of the ever-increasing heat and the consequent mass suffering of slow starvation as we approach and pass the carbon 500 ppm level.

Take a moment to let the following really sink in. Anything at or above a 4°Celcius increase in average global temperature would be incompatible with an organized global society and would be beyond adaptation! This temperature and carbon level would also virtually guarantee we will hit carbon 600 ppm. When we cross the carbon 500 ppm tipping point we cross a steeper even more slippery slope and we will quickly reach the carbon 600 ppm extinction level tipping point within another 25-30 years (as soon as 2063-2072 or earlier.)

When this happens we will greatly accelerate the process of crossing even more global warming tipping points. As a type of positive feedback loop, this will once again further spike the average global temperature. 

It will also help you to understand how fast future global warming will intensify using the illustration below if you imagine all of the global warming tipping points whirling around and colliding into each other because of the "boiling effect" or agitation of ever-increasing heat. This is much like how the rising heat under a steam cooker whirls and churns the water inside faster and faster. (To learn more about how crossing critical global warming tipping points like those in the illustration below, accelerate consequences, causes sudden and complete system collapses, make recovery much slower, harder and more expensive, and function, click here.)  

The third and most dangerous tipping point we will most probably cross as soon as 2063-2072 or earlier

We will most probably also cross the carbon 600 ppm final extinction level which will result in raising the average global temperature to 5°C (9 degrees Fahrenheit) and bring about massive methane clathrate releases from ocean coastal shelves as it has done before in the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum56 million years ago, and most notably the Permian–Triassic extinction event, when up to 96% of all marine species became extinct, 252 million years ago. (Please click here to watch a short video that brilliantly explains the extinction process once we start releasing methane clathrate from our coastal shelves. New research shows we actually begin this release process once we reach 5°C and by 6°C, it is in full bloom.) 

Because methane, when released as a gas from methane clathrate is 86 times more potent than carbon as a temperature increasing greenhouse gas, it will once again rapidly spike up the average global temperatures once again. The following is a methane graph (found at https://www.methanelevels.org)in which you can see how total atmospheric methane levels from all sources have exponentially skyrocketed particularly during the last 50 years.

If it continues to rise from there toward the carbon 600 ppm final tipping point and an average global temperature of 5°C, it will eventually bring about the extinction of most if not all of humanity (70-90%) and the end of civilization as we know it in the final phases of the Climageddon Scenario.

(Please note: Unless we hit the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets, there is no mathematical way for us to prevent crossing the carbon 500 ppm tipping point where all ice on earth will melt! Beyond its mathematical certainty, there are numerous climate scientists who believe that crossing the carbon 500 ppm is ALREADY inevitable because we will soon cross other climate, biological and human system tipping points covered on the top of this page. This does not even include the other accelerating global warming positive feedback loops already occurring throughout our climate system. (Positive feedback loops enhance or amplify changes; this also (like tipping points,) tends to move a system away from its equilibrium state and make it more unstable.) 

The same climate scientists who believe that we cannot prevent crossing carbon 500 also believe that no matter what we do, we have already missed our window of opportunity and control to prevent carbon 600 ppm. Furthermore, they believe that once we have crossed the carbon 500 ppm level, we will not be able to keep from reaching carbon 800 ppm (the near-final phase of the Climageddon Scenario.) (Reaching carbon 800 ppm would once again be because of continuing to add more carbon into the atmosphere and because of the total accumulating effects of crossing more and more global warming tipping points that will continue occurring even more rapidly after we cross the carbon 500 ppm threshold.)

Our reading of the current science indicates that if we do not immediately enact the previously described 2025 radical fossil fuel reductions, we will cross the carbon 600 ppm level. But, if we do enact the necessary radical 2025 fossil fuel cuts immediately, there is still an acceptable yet small possibility that we can still slow down our crossing the carbon 600 ppm final tipping point or, at least long enough so that we can save some small portion of humanity and transfer needed infrastructure into the global warming safer zones. (We may be able to save humanity from extinction by also immediately enacting ALLof the actions described in part three of the Job One Plan.

At worst, even if we can not still prevent crossing the carbon 600 ppm level, we can at least, slow it down as well as some of the other worst coming global warming consequences. While even slowing down our crossing the carbon 600 ppm extinction tipping point will be a Herculean task of massive global governmental cooperation and mobilization, the probability that we can at least temporarily, slow and delay some of the other of the 20 worst global warming consequences by hitting our 2025 targets is still reasonable, but more importantly this will allow us more time to get prepared for the many global warming consequences we can no longer avoid no matter what we do.)

It is important to be realistic for your future planning. As you can see the probability that we will cross the carbon 600 ppm extinction tipping point is far too high. Additionally, the final window of opportunity to prevent crossing the carbon 600 ppm extinction tipping point will close by 2025 if we have not made the radical and immediate radical fossil fuel cuts necessary. This is because of the:

a. temperature momentum already "baked" into the climate system (the existing carbon 413 ppm level already in the atmosphere,)

b. the additional 3 or more carbon particles per million we continue to add to the atmosphere each year (as we continue failing to adequately reverse our fossil fuel use,) and

c. The additional global warming tipping points we will continue to cross I didn't even faster rate we will continue to cross I didn't even faster rate if we miss our 2025 fossil fuel reduction targets.

Never forget that at 5°C which will occur once we hit carbon 600 ppm and above, a large portion of humanity (70-90% or more,) will die of starvation because of the devastating effect that increased heat will have on crop failure or from global warming's other 19 worst consequences or 11 key tipping points.) Economies, governments, and societies will collapse in many areas of the world between the 45th parallel north and the 45th parallel south. 

As we reach the carbon 500 ppm and carbon 600 ppm tipping point levels, we will also cross into the later and most dangerous later phases (4 and 5) of the 6-phase of what we call the Climageddon Extinction Scenario and Countdown model or Climageddon Scenario. Review the following Climageddon Extinction Scenario illustration starting from the bottom up! The top of the illustration below shows you the later Climageddon Scenario consequences the bottom shows you the earlier consequences.

The largest illustration on this page below, the Global Warming and the Climageddon Scenario Cascading Meltdownreflects the unfolding natural progression of ever-worsening consequences, tipping points and human system processes that will accelerate as global warming continues. These consequences, tipping points, and human systems will also synergetically and cumulatively collide with each other and adversely interact. It is these ever-increasing interactions among and between worsening global warming consequences, tipping points and human systems that will make each of these things worse faster and faster.

This illustration reflects the core of the final processes that will lead to our mass extinction as well as into global economic, political and social chaos. Its three levels of global warming interactions (consequences, tipping points, and human systems,) highlight the continuous onslaught of emergencies, crisis, and catastrophes that we are already experiencing and which foretell our eventual extinction.

Starting reading this large illustration only from the bottom because that is how it will unfold. 

Take a moment and think about the bitter reality that when we reach the carbon 600 ppm tipping point (which can occur as soon as 2063-2072, or possibly earlier,) we trigger the final processes that will bring about the extinction of as much as 70 to 90% of humanity if not more. (Which tipping points we cross and how much and how fast we add additional carbon to our atmosphere will determine when in that 2063-2072 time range we will hit carbon 600 ppm.)  

But, long before we have reached the carbon 600 ppm level tipping point, global civilization will have begun collapsing. At or near carbon 600 ppm the unlucky survivors will enter into an ecological and climate hell and a new dark age that will make those survivors of the following centuries curse us and wish they were dead.

(The global warming consequences, tipping points, and human system factors (shown above,) will be interacting and colliding with each other in 6 distinct phases and waves. At some point, after you finish this document, we strongly recommend that you read about the 6 phases and waves of the Climageddon Extinction Scenario and countdown here. In detail it describes the timetables and consequences of our global warming future if we miss the 2025 targets.)

The Final Lose/Lose Shocker: Why our governments must work together and mass mobilize immediately to achieve the 2025 fossil fuel reduction targets, or NO ONE will survive!

As if the above was not bad enough, there are other hyper-critical factors that need to be carefully considered and planned for in the nightmare post climate cliff carbon 500 and carbon 600 ppm global warming scenario that we are now all facing. If the proceeding was not enough to convince any rational individual that they need to do everything they can to get their governments to do everything described in the 2025 reduction targets and in Part 3 of the Job One Plan to slow and lessen global warming so they can survive, there is still more very bad news.

As global warming worsens to its near-extinction levels, we will also have to deal with the following humanity and civilization ending realities:

a. Nuclear reactors in global warming unsafe zones between the 45th parallel north and south (about 400,) will no longer be able to be kept secure or maintained by stable or functioning governments as global warming worsens and many of these governments enter social chaos and fail. If these nuclear reactors go critical and meltdown, it will not matter where you migrate to in the world.

No location or bunker will be safe from the massive continuous fallout and radiation from scores if not hundreds of reactors that will eventually go critical and spew radiation for centuries! The same holds true for all biological and chemical weapons or toxic chemicals stored in any areas with collapsing or collapsed governments. Once those areas are generally abandoned and are lawless and in chaos and no longer properly managed by functioning governments, these world-ending toxic commodities will slowly leak out or be seized and poison and kill areas far beyond their original locations.

b. Critical food production above the 45th parallel north or below the 45th parallel south will be extremely limited because the general soil quality and then lower seasonal sunlight amounts will be grossly inadequate using traditional or existing methods to grow enough food for the desperate billions of climagees migrating to these areas. Somehow the governments of the world will have to cooperate to justly and carefully limit how many people can occupy the very limited global warming safer zones and still be fed adequately.

Trying to carefully limit the number of people who can inhabit the few global warming safer zones by force or special lottery will of itself create unimaginable mass social chaos, panic, and conflict that will keep those living in the global warming safer zones under continuous threat and uncertainty. Anyone living in those very limited safer zones will only have temporary relief.

c. On the other hand, if you do not allow enough diverse individuals from the global warming unsafe zones to migrate, there will not be enough human genetic diversity to survive the waves of new diseases that will burn through the far north or far south because of thousands of-year-old unknown and known pathogens released from the melting permafrost (which humanity has never seen before and has no immunity.) Additionally, these global warming safer zones will also be under threat from new pathogens or existing pathogens that are always mutating. Only adequate genetic diversity will be our best guarantee that at least someone will survive.

d. and finally, in order for any of us to survive in any way close to what we are used to, the world’s key infrastructure for a modern functioning civilization to continue must be moved within the next 5-15 years using all of the relative political, economic and social stability which still remains. This means that to save even a small amount of humanity, we should have already begun to move key industries like medical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, etc. as well as key and adequate administrative, policing and other social structures into the very limited Goldilocks global warming safe zones existing above the 45th parallel north or below the 45th parallel south. 

At some point, even the most optimistic person will recognize nothing will save them for anything longer than a temporary period from this global warming meltdown monster if we don't get fossil fuel usage under control by 2025. From the total of everything they and we are facing, they will also realize that it has come down to this --- we either cooperate and work together or we all die together.

"We are no longer in just an emergency to prevent global warming from getting worse. We are in an all-out war to prevent mass human extinction and economic, social and political chaos within our lifetimes. As long as we keep thinking about gradually managing the vague threat of "climate change," we are focusing on the wrong target and we will fail in preventing our own extinction. We and our governments need to shift our total focus to meeting the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets to prevent global warming extinction within our lifetimes. This is exactly what we are now facing within the lifetimes of most people currently alive today." Lawrence Wollersheim

If you are discouraged or you don't think or believe we can make these last chance2025 fossil fuel reduction targets, read this! 

As the research and analysis verification links in this document reveal, there no longer is such thing as any program of gradual fossil fuel reduction being a viable alternative anymore. We squandered that option with our procrastination, denial, and delay causing our failure over the last 35 yearst o begin to effectively reduce fossil fuel use and consequently global warming.

Because of our lost 35 years of denial and delay, what we need to do now not only needs to be done immediately but it is also radical, painful, and costly, but it is the price of our future if we want to have any future at all.

Don't be fooled. This emergency is not far off in the future. This is not a "get to it later" problem for your children in their later life or for your grandchildren. It will affect you and your children within your lifetimes. By 2025 we all will know if we are locked into the path of likely extinction, or if we have been able to salvage any habitable future for humanity for the second half of this 21st century and for the centuries to follow.  

What this implies is that we will soon know if we are at the end of history and of everything every human has ever cared about. Gone then if we fail, will be the loss of life, love, family, art, music, sexual intimacy, motherhood, and everything else.  

We often hear conversations about the extinction of species. Failure to hit these reduction targets really does meanthe extinction of humanity is on-the-line --- right now! That is what is meant when we say we are having “a global warming extinction emergency.”

This self-made suicidal tragedy is already affecting hundreds of millions of people around the world and, over the next 10 to 30 years it's just going to get worse faster and faster affecting billions unless we all come together and in priority:

1. get our governments to execute all of the absolutely critical 2025 radical fossil fuel reducing actions (found prioritized in Part 3 of the Job One Plan.)

2. get the world's elites to recognize this is a no-win game for them as well. No amount of money will save them in the long run. Once they realize this, they will use their vastly more powerful influence to get the world's politicians to get the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets achieved on time. (Please see Part 4 of the Job One Plan.) 

3. get ourselves as individuals and our businesses to execute the radical annual fossil fuel reduction targets listed above (and as described in Part 2 of our Job One Plan.) 

The big remaining question is, are you going to do your part to make these last chance fossil fuel reductions happen? 

Your and your children's immediate future depends upon the choices you make right now about how to face and deal with this emergency.

Stop believing that there is ANY time left to make gradual or comfortable fossil fuel reductions.

Never forget that only the radical 2025 fossil fuel reductions described in this document will slow down the coming global warming consequences enough to have a fair chance to prevent mass human extinction within our lifetimes. And,

we will either succeed together or we die together!

At this point, could be feeling a bit overwhelmed by what you have read and the enormity of the challenge for what we must do to survive. You may have also reached the point of saying the level of reductions required are impossible or, the task is so large with such a low probability of success, why even try.

The following story should help you deal with those ideas.

A wise Chinese general was cornered at the banks of a large river by an opposing army at least 20 times larger than his own. His only means of escape was to get his army across the river before they were attacked. This general had also previously placed enough boats on the bank of the river for escape with his army should that need arise.

As the larger army approached, pushing the smaller army closer to the river, this general gave the order to his most trusted lieutenants to rush to the boats and burn them. When his army saw their only means of escape was being destroyed, they became wildly angry and charged toward the general. The army demanded to know why their trusted general had burned their escape boats and condemned all of them to certain death at the hands of a vastly superior army. 

The general calmly said, “We will win this battle or we will die. There is no other alternative and no escape.” 

His army now knew their only option was victory or death. Filled with such clarity and single-mindedness of purpose, they fought with such reckless intensity, they defeated the opposing army 20 times their size. 

Now that you better understand the rapidly approaching extinction consequences of our global warming extinction emergency from the science and analysis in the links above, you too should no longer retain any illusion of any long-term escape for you or your family, business or nation from immense suffering and likely extinction --- if we do not deal with the reality of this emergency. 

What you also may not have realized yet, is that our 35-year failure to have previously started effective fossil fuel usage reductions means that we too, in effect, have already burned our escape boats! Because of this, like like the Chinese army, we either win or we die.

This is the perilous and sad point that we have come to because of our inaction and ineffectiveness in addressing global warming and the required fossil fuel reductions for almost 35 years. 

The good news is if we act wisely cooperatively and immediately to radically cut fossil fuel use to the above targets, humanity and civilization will have a chance to continue. 

So what do you have to lose? What rational alternative do you have than to act immediately to radically reduce your personal fossil fuel use? What legitimate excuse is there for you to not to help us get our governments to enforce the required radical fossil fuel reductions by the necessary deadlines and that only governments can achieve? 

The reality is, failure is no longer a conscionable option.

 

The most important thing to remember on this page!

1. There is only one real global warming deadline that is necessary to burn into your mind.

If we miss the 2025 fossil fuel reduction targets, much of humanity will go extinct within our lifetimes!

2. If we miss the 2025 targets, no new technology can scale up fast enough to save us! Our ability to maintain any real or meaningful control over this emergency ends just after we enter go over the climate cliff and breach the carbon 425-450 ppm range in 2025. 

3. It is the pure physics and mathematics of global warming temperature dynamics that will take over after we go over the climate cliff to drive our temperatures ever higher past 3, 4 and 5 degrees Celsius. 

4. If we do not make the 2025 targets, our last chance, and final window opportunity to effectively control our own destiny regarding preventing even worse extinction level tipping points from being crossed literally closes! If we go over the climate cliff, the worst consequences of global warming will not only increase in severity, frequency, and scale, they will also come at us faster and faster. Eventually, everything we depend upon in an organized society for our survival becomes so unstable that organized society can no longer exist. At that not too distant point, we then starve to death, or die in resource scarcity collapses or conflicts or, in "migrate or die" chaos, or in national conflicts.

5. The largest illustration on this page above, the Global Warming and the Climageddon Scenario Cascading Meltdownreflects the unfolding natural progression of ever-worsening consequences, tipping points and human system processes that will accelerate as global warming continues. These consequences, tipping points, and human systems will also synergetically and cumulatively collide with each other and adversely interact. It is these ever-increasing interactions among and between worsening global warming consequences, tipping points and human systems that will make each of these things worse faster and faster.

This illustration reflects the core of the final processes that will lead to our mass extinction as well as into global economic, political and social chaos. Its three levels of global warming interactions (consequences, tipping points, and human systems,) highlight the continuous onslaught of emergencies, crisis, and catastrophes that we are already experiencing and which foretell our eventual extinction if we fail to reach the 2025 targets.

6. While you personally can do some things on your own to reduce global warming, there is nothing you can do individually (or even in large groups,) to effectively hit the 2025 targets. It is now a government responsibility to save us. The 2025 targets can only be achieved by governments working together and immediately issuing new global warming reduction laws and then verifying and enforcing that they are followed to hit the 2025 targets.

7. Not making the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets is the ultimate no-win game!

(Many key areas of this document were derived from the Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown document. It breaks down the complex global warming processes at the next level to help prove to you that the technical details above are accurate. If you have not yet read about the six phases of the Climageddon extinction scenario, which will take you level-by-level through the consequence and timetable details as humanity moves ever closer to extinction, we strongly recommend doing do so now by clicking here.) 

If you are a person who wants to review ALL of the technical details concerning the 2025 targets, please continue reading...

All important technical facts, footnotes, and disclosures which affect our last chance 2025 global fossil fuel reductions described at the top of this document 

The following technical information is for you fellow researchers and techies who want more detail behind the calculations and factors involved in the fossil fuel reduction targets listed at the top of the page.

Here are additional qualifying and important facts and factors relevant to the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets: 

1. To make the above fossil fuel reduction calculation work to save humanity from extinction, both China and India can no longer be considered or treated developing nations. They must be required to immediately begin making the same fossil fuel reduction targets as all other developed nations because at this time they are producing far too much of the world's total carbon emissions. 

China is already the worlds largest fossil fuel polluter. If they are not put into the same required reduction category as the other developed nations, there will be no credible way to hit the necessary fossil fuel reduction targets and avoid the likelihood of extinction.

2. Because there is no effective international agreement on climate justice regarding the exact differences in required fossil fuel reductions between developed and developing nations, all that exists today considering equity and existing global warming treaty responsibilities is the usually ignored and unenforceable UNFCCC treaty.

This is the treaty most of the world signed and ratified and whose operating principles began with “Parties should protect the climate system for the benefit of present and future generations of humankind, on the basis of equity and in accordance with their common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities.” The problem here is there is no sufficiently detailed treaty agreement which specifies the proportionate remedial responsibilities based on who did the damage or the specifically required differences in fossil fuel reductions that each developed or developing country must make.

To make matters worse, the US and many other nations are currently not abiding by fossil fuel reduction treaties. Additionally, in the existing UNFCC treaty, there are no verification, punishment or enforcement capabilities. 

Due to the nature of this emergency, to resolve these inadequacies and the inadequacies of past Global warming treaties and agreements, it was necessary to independently come up with at least something true, workable and just that could be put into action immediately, where developing nations were given far less initial fossil fuel reduction requirements and a longer time to reach net zero carbon emissions. In short, the reductions mentioned above are REAL and necessary and can work to avert the extinction threat.

3. Having carbon neutrality, or a net zero carbon footprint means achieving net zero carbon emissions by balancing any measured amounts of carbon dioxide C02 released into the atmosphere with an equivalent measured amount of carbon dioxide taken from the atmosphere and being captured for long-term storage (see carbon sequestration). In the Job One Plan, this carbon capture and sequestration(CCS) should happen almost exclusively through our already-existing natural biological, chemical, and physical processes. (See this definition of global warming for illustrations on how the climate’s heat controlling systems and processes handle carbon capture and sequestration among other things).

Net zero carbon emissions by 2035 or sooner for developed nations and 2045 or sooner for developing nations is a difficult subgoal to achieve. It will also require that strong financial disincentives be placed on fossil fuel use and by keeping almost all of existing fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas, tar sands, etc.) in the ground and never burned. While doing this we will also have to be heavily incentivizing natural carbon sequestration methods as discussed in Part 3 of the Job One Plan.

4. These reduction calculations do not include any of the false and grossly misleading carbon capture technology calculations currently being used in all international fossil fuel reduction treaties and by all governments. These governmental calculations utilize detailed compensatory calculation for the miraculous unproven carbon removing effects of negative technologies (NETs,) which our governments postulate will hopefully be discovered and put into operation sometime after 2150, yet at the same time, somehow have to be in a massive deployment soon so they can meet national reduction targets by 2025 and 2035. NETs are carbon capture technologies that are projected to keep global temperature below 2°C by removing to about 100 gigatons of carbon from the atmosphere at a workable scale without any disastrous even worse side effects. Nets are also sometimes called BECCS (bio-energy with carbon capture and storage. (To get an idea of how big this problem really is, consider that 1 Gigatonne or metric gigaton (unit of mass) is equal to 1,000,000,000 metric tons. 100 gigatons would equal 100 billion metric tons or 100,000,000,000 metric tons.)

The belief and current reliance upon these magical "carbon sucking unicorns" (as we call them) allow the government's of the world today to foist the current bogus carbon reduction targets upon their populations, which then allow fossil fuel industries and fossil fuel producing nations to continue with "business as usual" and the rest of the society to believe there is no emergency or urgency regarding the real and hidden fossil fuel reduction amounts. Click here for the whole crazy story about how these magical carbon sucking unicorns will save us at the last possible moment and, at the same time keep the fossil fuel industry rolling in profits for another 30-50 years.

5. The above reduction calculations do not include any extra reduction percentage or calculation for the massive spikes in carbon and methane emissions that will occur when we closely approach or cross additional global warming tipping points. To be really safe, these percentages for fossil fuel emissions reduction should actually be significantly higher by another 10-15% to allow for approaching or crossing more global warming tipping points. Not allowing any fossil fuel reduction compensatory calculations for any tipping point issues amounts to planning for perfection. Planning for perfection is always planning to fail. Click here to learn more about the tipping points that will suddenly release massive additional amounts of carbon and methane into the atmosphere. 

6. The above reduction calculations do not include any extra fossil fuel reduction percentage or calculation for the long history of governmental underestimation of needed reductions because of national political or economic conditions or advantages. Click here to learn how big these underestimation problems have been. 

7. The reduction calculations above are based on current and projected carbon CO2 levels in the atmosphere provided by the United Nations. They do not show the total levels of all greenhouse gases now in our atmosphere as tracked by CO2e. (CO2e measures ALL major greenhouse gases in our atmosphere.)

Because the calculations above also do not include the necessary reductions for methane and the other greenhouse gases as tracked by CO2e, the reduction calculations above probably should also be increased by another 2 to 4%. This additional 2 to 4% reduction would in part allow for the factor that methane is 86 times more potent for increasing global warming than carbon as Co2 in our atmosphere. As shocking as it sounds, methane releases into the atmosphere from fracking or natural gas distribution is seldom measured or regulated by countries around the world, including the US.

8. The above fossil fuel reduction targets also do not include the fossil fuel emissions currently produced by all import-export activities between nations. These are significant because of ocean cargo ships, trains planes and other methods used for international import-export transport produce a lot all fossil fuel emissions. For some reason which defies logic, those scientists charged by the governments to measure and regulate fossil fuel emissions have carved out a political exemption for measuring or regulating this particular type of emission, which could be up to 2 % of the world's total fossil fuel emissions.

9. Once we get to net zero carbon emissions by 2035 for the developed nations, and 2045 for the developing nations we still aren't safe. There is much left to get done to restore our climate's long term natural atmospheric carbon balance at around carbon 270-300 ppm. 

10.  Net zero carbon emission calculations from fossil fuel use by 2035 in developed and developing countries could allow for a very small amount of fossil fuel use for agriculture and medical uses.

11. The Job One Plan or any other legitimate plans for achieving net zero carbon emissions also do not endorse Cap and Trade methods of arriving at net zero carbon and carbon-neutrality through offset schemes. Current Cap and Trade methods are too often a disguise for “business as usual” and will not get us to the radical fossil fuel reduction levels we need in the extremely limited time left to keep us from crossing the carbon 600 ppm extinction tipping point. In Job One’s own targeted version of getting to carbon-neutrality, we use a method called  Fee and Dividend(discussed in part three of our Job One Plan.) In our plan, you will not be able to buy Cap and Trade carbon credits to make up the difference and achieve net zero carbon emissions through buying offsets because that inevitably promotes more fossil fuel burning.

12. The required fossil fuel reduction calculations discussed above are based on attempting to keep the average global temperature from rising two degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels. It is calculated that if we cross that 2°C maximum level of average global temperature increase above the preindustrial level, somehow we will be able to control the extremely slippery slope which can quickly lead us to 3, 4 and 5° Celsius increases in average global temperature. 

There is additional strong evidence beyond what has been discussed above, that even we are successful in achieving the immediate and powerful fossil fuel reductions described above, the average global temperature will still rise to 3°C and likely beyond with many unavoidable and horrendous consequences. This means that we are in a real quandary as far as making the only the above-required fossil fuel reductions. 

While it is absolutely true that we have to at least make the required above fossil fuel reductions no matter what! It is also highly likely that even those steep fossil fuel reductions are still not enough to avoid unthinkable suffering or the wide-scale reduction of the human population by as much as 50%. 

On the other side of this painful quandary is an even scarier fact. If we do not make those immediate and radical fossil fuel use reductions, it is very likely that we will lose everything in as little as 30 to 50 years where as much as 70 to 90% of humanity (if not all,) will suffer and die. 

What other choice do we have other than to make the required fossil fuel reductions above while at the same time knowing we're probably going to have to make even steeper fossil fuel reductions as more research becomes available? What we do know is, that no matter what, and in spite of all of the challenges and bad outcomes that are possible, the single constant truth for the best possible global warming outcome is that the faster and more we reduce global fossil fuel use:

a. the more people we will survive to carry on our civilization, and

b. that future generations will suffer less from the ever-increasing sequence of global warming consequences (as described fully in what is called the Climageddon Extinction Scenario and countdown.)

13. Here are the links to the two videos by climate Prof. Kevin Anderson discussing the REAL fossil fuel reduction calculations needed. Click here for the first professor Anderson video. Click Here for the second professor Anderson video.

14. Unfortunately, our governments have been giving public global warming predictions that include a 25-40% underestimation factor as well as not including any calculations for any of the 11 key tipping points being crossed. When you add these factors back into the prediction calculations to correct them, it becomes obvious that if we miss our 2025 reduction targets, we will be facing our worst nightmares of higher global temperatures far faster than we are even remotely prepared for. 

And the final fossil fuel reduction shocker

The above 2025 critical fossil fuel reduction targets are still probably significantly lower than they should be. The 2025 global fossil fuel reduction amounts described at the top of the page are minimum critical starting reduction amounts. In fact, based on numerous uncalculated key factors and conditions described in 1-14 above, they should be significantly higher.

Based on the best current science from climate Professors like Kevin Anderson, the targets and deadlines above at least, are far closer to what we must do, and we have to start somewhere. These new working fossil fuel reduction percentages and deadlines based on both good science and climate justice must now replace our current ridiculously impotent governmental and IPCC (UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) global warming reduction targets and deadlines.

Furthermore, if we really wanted to be completely safe and if we took into consideration all of the other calculation mistakes and inclusion or exclusion factors listed above that were not considered in the reduction targets above in a and b, we probably should be targeting an 80 to 85% fossil fuel reduction in all developed nations by 2025 (or earlier,) and a complete reduction to net zero carbon in all developed nations by around 2032 or earlier. Similar greater fossil fuel reduction adjustments also would need to be made for the reduction targets in developing nations that would be aligned with what was adjusted and re-targeted for developed nations.

In every situation in spite of the obstacles, the only way we save any part of a liveable future is to radically and immediately cut fossil fuel use to slow things down enough that we have time to prepare, migrate and adapt as well as possible. No matter what, we must do what we can and make the best of a horrible escalating emergency.

It's time to get busy on the Job One for Humanity Planto immediately start radically reducing your personal, business and national fossil fuel use. Help us get the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction goals met by signing the global warming extinction emergency petition now.

Additional technical information to further prove to you that mass human extinction and economic, political and social chaos from the accelerating consequences of global warming will become reality within our lifetimes: 

20 worst consequences of global warming

global warming's 11 key tipping points

Why we have failed to fix global warming for 35 years. (How fossil producing nations and fossil fuel industry lobbyists have "cooked the books" making us believe we were safe when we were not.)

Why carbon sucking NETs won't save us in time.

If you still don't believe that once we go over the climate cliff at carbon 425 ppm we are basically locked into continually increasing temperatures for as much as the next 30-50 years, click here.

For those who may still believe that we can miss the last chance 2025 targets and still be safe, our organization has described what will happen in far greater detail than above in what we call, the 6 phase Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown. Click heret o read the  Climageddon extinction scenario and countdown document.)

 

Written by the research staff at Joboneforhumanity.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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