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Climate Change 45m
"When climate change supercharges weather patterns, the disadvantaged often suffer first and most." - Frances Beinecke
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JWSpry πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ά 18h
β€œEven if so-called greenhouse gases were a climate problem, is only a very minor player compared to water vapour, and human-caused CO2 is only a small fraction of total atmospheric CO2. So what problem do we think we can solve?” via
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πŸ’₯ ClimatePoet πŸ’₯ Aug 6
After 150 years of humans using fossil fuels, ZERO PEOPLE have died due to too much being put into the air. Let me know once the FIRST PERSON dies, Mr. Vaccine-stock-investing, Billionaire Crystal-ball-Gazer. Will it be this year? In 10 years? Or all die on the 40th year?
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CO2_Earth Aug 5
πŸ“ˆ 414.38 ppm in July 2020 🌍 Up 2.64 ppm in one year πŸ”— NOAA Mauna Loa data: ftp://aftp.cmdl.noaa.gov/products/trends/co2/co2_mm_mlo.txt 🌍 Graphic by partner: 🌍 monthly updates: 🌍
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Comfort Solutions Heating & Cooling Inc- AL#02033 5h
Tip: Check your and detectors a few times per year to make sure they're working properly.
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Anthropocene 6h
The burning of is highly alarming to climate scientists, not only because of the emissions and changes to the albedo...
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Aeuhhi2BuEa 5h
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Vadose Zone Journal 6h
Real‐time monitoring of carbon dioxide emissions from a shallow release experiment
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Christopher Cartwright Aug 5
Great news.. We don't need to cut emissions anymore Here are concentrations over the 5.08.2020 No need for anymore But...what next? BUCKLE UP
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CO2_Earth Aug 3
πŸ“ˆ 413.22 parts per million (ppm) in the 30th week of 2020 πŸ“ˆ Up from 409.97 ppm a year ago πŸ“ˆ NOAA Mauna Loa data source: πŸ“ˆ Weekly updates & graphics:Β  & πŸ”„
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CEMBUREAU Aug 5
Did you know concrete is a carbon sponge? This is thanks to a process called recarbonation, in which is locked and stored permanently! πŸ™οΈ To learn more, READ our latest paper here:
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Prof Isaac Santos 9h
Check out Paul Macklin’s final PhD paper reporting a large and dataset from a estuary in Bali. Delayed groundwater discharge following rainfall explained most CO2 trends. Great collaboration with Indonesian colleagues!
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Python 2.7 Clock 14h
#2.7 is out of service since 220 days! See for more information. level @ 413.22 ppm (+3.2 ppm 1y ago)
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Aeuhhi2BuEa Aug 6
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CO2_Earth Aug 5
πŸ“ˆ 413.65 ppm remains the latest daily reading for atmospheric (for Aug. 3, 2020) πŸ“ˆ Up from 410.16 ppm on Aug. 4, 2019 🚫 reports Mauna Loa CO2 reading as unavailable for Aug. 4, 2020: 🚫 Re-broadcast CO2 Earth Numbers daily πŸ™
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Vanitec 16h
Why investing in steel is an investment in a better tomorrow? Vanadium decreases the amount of steel needed in production, using less energy and fewer raw materials. This results in lower emissions, reducing damaging GHG pollution during steelmaking processes.
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CIMCO Refrigeration Aug 4
In what segment are installations growing the most rapidly? The majority currently exist in cold storage applications or grocery stores, since they outnumber ice rinks. However, North America has over 70 CO2 rink systems and that number is growing quickly.
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Nertil U. Qatja 3h
Global levels hit new millennial high in 2020
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Terence Buckle 5h
Monthy average 414.38 ppm in July 2020 Up 2.64 ppm in one year The environmental crisis is one of the most serious and pressing issues facing the world today. We are already living with impact of global warming says the and .
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Infopoint #Klimawandel πŸ”₯ #Artensterben πŸŒ³πŸŸπŸ¦‹πŸ΅πŸ„ 1h
Das neueste zum -"Budget": "Using the latest estimate for 2018, & a continuing exponential rise in emissions in accordance with the last 170 years, I conclude that the budget given by the will be exhausted at the beginning of 2025." Lesetipp πŸ‘‡
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