“A new study published in the highly influential journal Nature suggests rising global temperatures during the 19th and 20th centuries may be linked to greater plant photosynthesis.
The study, conducted by researchers at the University of California at Merced, estimated based on its models “the sum of all plant photosynthesis on Earth grew by 30 percent over the 200-year record captured,” according to an article published on the UC Merced website.
Photosynthesis is the process by which CO2 and sunlight are used by plants to provide the carbohydrates that keep life on Earth alive.
Any schoolchild used to know that carbon dioxide is an essential nutrient for plants. If CO2 really does make the climate warmer, it also benefits plants by increasing the growing season and the percentage of the planet that is not too cold for things to grow.
Life likes warmth. Cold, not so much.”
Nobody says, ‘I can’t wait till it winter to see all the plants die’. It’s always, ‘ I can’t wait till spring’. Winter is death, Spring life.