Friday - Jul 20, 2018

Carbon Dioxide Levels Reached High Within 30 Years, Reported by United Nations


Carbon Dioxide Levels Reached High Within 30 years, Reported by United Nations

The UN weather agency reported that the in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels reached to high record in the 2013 and increasing its levels with man-made pollution would transform the planet.

And the World Meteorological Organization reported that the heat trapping gas rose to global concentrations to 396 parts per millions which was recorded last year, this process is continuously increasing year to year and recording with high levels.

The levels have increased to 2.9 parts per millions comparing with the previous year, which is 42% higher compared with the industrial age.

WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud said that as per the records worlds current Carbon dioxide pollution is expected to cross 400 parts per million by the year 2016. The safe levels of the environment was last seen 27 years ago in 1987 where the carbon dioxide levels were 350 parts per million this was approved by some scientists and environmental groups.

Carbon dioxide emissions are growing mainly in most developed countries, and the most Carbon dioxide polluted country in the world is China, developed and developing countries across the world are failing to keep Carbon dioxide emissions under control. And the UN is seriously working on this and they want to deliver such an agreement with developed and developing countries next year.

Scientists are now becoming more skeptical and meet the developed and developing countries across the world and bring awareness, this process was once set on 2009 climate summit with limiting global warming which is 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit above preindustrial levels.

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel has responded that the temperature will highly increase in future mid-century about another 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) comparing with the temperatures between 1986 – 2005, and they also reported that by the end of this century the temperature could increase about 6.7 degrees (3.7 degrees Celsius)

WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud “We know without any doubt that our climate is changing and our weather is becoming more extreme due to human activities such as the burning of fossil fuels” and said that the time is not on our side.

Like reported earlier between 1990 and 2013carbon dioxide pollution is caused 34% increase with warm effect on the climate. Carbon dioxide and methane is having the biggest effect in the atmosphere, methane reached to new high levels of 1824 parts per billion by the years 2013 and it is up 153% with pre-industrial about 700 parts per billion.