Sadly, it's a Java Applet, meaning you'll have to fight through permissions and version updates and crap, but if you can get past that, it's a good demonstration of why melting the ice caps is a bad idea, especially if you live in Florida or Louisiana.
you can and do breath carbon gases
Stick your head in a smoke stack and see how long that idea holds up for, or even just hanging out in some of the worse areas of China.
While technically many people would suffocate in an atmosphere which contained zero carbon dioxide (it triggers the breathing reflex when enough builds up in the lungs. You can breathe deliberately, but not while asleep.) excessive carbon dioxide is not breathable. Additionally, the majority of the producers of carbon dioxide are also pumping out hundreds of other pollutants into the atmosphere at the same time, the vast majority of which are very much not breathable. This is why people can die from being closed into a car where the exhaust system is leaking into the passenger cabin.
they're one of the few groups untainted by the widespread liberal pro-warming bias
Well, reality does indeed have a well known liberal bias.
I actually knew someone whose idea of a great vacation was to go visit places like Libya and Yemen. We always accused him of being a secret government agent because there was usually a war in whatever middle-eastern country he visited within a month of his trip, occasionally starting while he was still there.
The inspectors I had probably not typical though, especially now, since not only were they polite, they also thanked me for cooperating, and let me on the plane _before_ the first class people got to board. As we were wrapping up, they actually used a pair of six-sided dice to decide how many people to skip before the next person got inspected. (They rolled a 3 and inspected this little old lady who looked about 80. She also got on the plane before first class boarded.)
Why can't we have TSA agents like them anymore? Polite, explaining what they were doing and why, and actually random in their random inspections, rather than "that guy looks suspicious, we'll do him".
Of course, the Americans get to have the same problem in 2017/2018 when July 4th is on a Tuesday/Wednesday, and Canada day will instead be
[puts tinfoil hat back on]
Well, that'll help with the spying: http://slashdot.org/story/05/11/10/1839224/aluminum-foil-hats-will-not-stop-them
Technically, under those rules, Quebec "French" is also more Engl-ish than it is France-ish, but don't tell them that, it'll just upset them.
Yes, I did completely make that up on the spot, but it's a real-ish explanation.