Carbon dioxide level in atmosphere reaches 400 ppm

05/13/2013 | Washington Post, The

Increased carbon dioxide emissions around the world has pushed the concentration of gas in the atmosphere to 400 parts per million. That's the highest it has been in human history, and with the continued use of coal, oil and natural gas, scientists expect it to accelerate. "[B]arring a virtually impossible immediate turn away from fossil fuels, [carbon dioxide] emissions will keep growing globally, and [carbon dioxide] concentrations will keep rising," writes Bryan Walsh of Time magazine.

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