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Liquid Gas Europe May 15
a car into LPG can reduce its emissions by 10-20% for a moderate cost. In 2020 will adopt a strategy. Will you vote for ? Read more
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Paul Carfoot May 12
Fact..Current levels are at almost record low levels on the Geological time scale.(almost dangerously low) History shows CO2 has been far higher than today.There was no runaway greenhouse, an ice age occurred during the Ordovician Era with CO2 10x higher than today.
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AirClim May 13
First time in human history our planet’s atmosphere has had more than 415ppm .
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Ned Nikolov, Ph.D. May 17
Climate scientists often claim that the extra heat "trapped" by the increasing atmos. has been stored into the deep ocean(?). They use sea-water temperature measurement by buoys to justify this. But did you know that the ocean has only warmed by less than 0.2 C in 70+ years?
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CO2 earth May 14
5 readings at Mauna Loa , each 1 a new all-time record high. 415.26 ppm on May 11: Scripps | 415.27 on May 12: NOAA | 415.39 on May 12: Scripps | 415.40 on May 13: NOAA | 415.50 on May 13: Scripps records tracked at
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CO2 earth May 14
🏆🏆🏆 DAY 3⃣ with above 4⃣1⃣5⃣ ppm at Mauna Loa--HIGHEST levels since humans walked the Earth ➕ new all-time HIGH at 415.40 pm yesterday (May 13, 2019) 📈 data & graphic: 📈 records tracked:
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Dr Sara Budinis May 15
I have just found out about the OCO-2 mission from and I am mesmerised 😮 look at and from space!
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TomoNews US 18h
Atmospheric hits record level high
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Environmental Investigation Agency May 14
It's official - atmospheric just exceeded 415ppm for the first time in human history - when are the world’s governments going to wake up and take the action we need to prevent breakdown?
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Environment4Change.io 4h
Wow! Glasgow and Edinburgh transform from a car-first city to one that puts bike and public transport first! to raise ! @worldeconomicforum .
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Veolia 10h
"The longer we wait to act, the more it increases our ecological debt. The less effort we make to reduce our emissions now, the more we will have to do in the very long term to adapt to deep climate change." Antoine Frérot
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CO2 earth 23h
Highest 1-day average at Mauna Loa for 2019 was probably 415.70 ppm on May 15, 2019, as reported by [See ] If a higher reading comes in by 2020, will mark the new record at .
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CO2 earth May 20
📈 415.39 parts per million (ppm) in the week ended May 18, 2019.  📈 Up from 411.84 ppm 1 year ago 🔗 Mauna Loa data & graphic: 🔄 Data is also re-posted by at 🔄
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NumberLens May 19
Weekly average concentration for week commencing May 12 was a new record high 415.39 ppm at Mauna Loa Observatory. The first recorded weekly average over 415 ppm. Data: . Daily updates at
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Manly Blog 22h
Pollution from prescribed burns blankets Sydney quality emissions soot aerosols
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JWSpry 🇦🇶 16h
CORALS evolved during the Cambrian era when atmospheric levels were at ~7,000ppm, around 4,000% or 20x higher than today’s “CO2-starved” environment of 400ppm, with atmospheric & ocean temps temps far higher than today. via
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Steve Englebright May 13
Meanwhile, in the atmosphere . . . levels break another record.
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Karsten Klarname 🇩🇪 🛡 May 14
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TheRealRemstah 1h
Great comment. For the whole climate thing is a business model. It's like a new structured product which they can sell and make money with.
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