Solubility of gasses in water generally decreases with increasing temperatures, which is why bubbles form in pots of water being boiled, that aren’t boiling yet. (Those are the air coming out of solution.) There are some exceptions but I don’t think CO2 is one of them. That said, I am not an alarmist.
Hmm, you are right. I was basing my assessment off the fact that solubility of solids, like sugar, for example, increases. Thanks for pointing that out.
I got curious as to why the difference exists, and it seems to be due to the fact that gases have more entropy than solids.