Who was the first scientist to start talking about global warming?



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    Swedish physical chemist Svante Arrhenius published a paper in 1896 featuring his calculations of how Carbon emissions could raise the earth’s temperature.    He was the first scientist to publicly hypothesize the idea of global warming in conjunction with human behavior regarding carbon and fossil fuels.  Arrhenius though was mainly concerned with the cause of the Ice Age and avoiding a second, so he thought global warming was a good thing.  

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