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Carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere reach record high – The Guardian

Concentrations are 50% above pre-industrial levels despite dip in emissions during Covid pandemic

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PollutionConcentrations are 50% above pre-industrial levels despite dip in emissions during Covid pandemic
Concentrations of climate-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have hit record highs, despite a dip in emissions during the Covid pandemic, scientists have said.
The latest measurements from the long-running recording station at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii, show global levels of carbon dioxide are 50% above what they were when the Industrial Revolution began in Britain.
The data released…

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