I started writing my first book about Climate Change "Truth of Climate Change" on 6th of December in 2015. The book is studying climate change facts as they really are today. It will present primary data from global warming and forecasts until the year 2200. The book indicates what influence has the greenhouse gases, aerosols and the sun. The anthropogenic global warming (AGW) or warming caused by man's actions has caused the 0.9 deg. C global warming until today. On May, 2016 already 177 pages of the book are ready. The author would be pleased to have any comments on the subject by e-mail to askovuorinen (at) gmail.com
In January 2017 I started writing my second book, "Fundamentals of Global Warming", in which I am trying to explain what is happening and using Excel sheets to document all the calculations. The first thing I found was the facts that until the year 1985 global warming has been caused by the solar irradiance. But after 1985 CO2 has been the main cause of rapid warming, which is happening at a rate of 0.34 deg. C per 10 years.
In Feburary 2017 I developed a mass balance model for CO2, which will indicate that the CO2 concentration will increase more slowly than expected. The seas are absorbing CO2 with logarithmic relation to the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. This will mean that the CO2 concentration will start decreasing if the CO2 emissions will be stopped or reduced below 18 Gt level, which is about 50 % of todays 36 Gt/a.
In August 2018 I have updated the book by new data from 2017. My global warming model can explant global warming with three varables: Total Solar Irradiance (TSI), carbon dioxide (CO2) and sulphur oxide (SO2). The updated model can explain the past warming from 1901 to 2017 with stadard deviation of 0.071 deg.C.
The main target is to limit global warming below + 2.0 deg. C. This can be achieved with 1 % annual reductions in global CO2 emissions. The target for the year 2050 is to reduce CO2 emissions from 36 Gt in 2017 to 26 Gt by 2050. There will be about 9 billion people in 2050 and the emissions should be below 2.9 tons/capita in each countries. Individual people can reach 1 ton per capita level in Finland, if they will build zero emission log houses and buy electric cars.
Also seven sets of slides can be found from these pages. The book and slides have been published in http://ekoenergo.fi/page63.php.