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The world’s emissions of the main greenhouse gas produced by human activities, carbon dioxide, in 2013 are expected to be nearly two-thirds higher than in 1990
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New figures from the Global Carbon Project show that emissions have risen 2.6% in 2012, making them 58% higher than 1990 levels.
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Latest Greenhouse Gas Bulletin from World Meteorological Organisation finds volumes of CO2 in atmosphere hit 390 ppm last year.
Understanding how much carbon is stored and released from trees remains on of the biggest technical challenges for REDD+, say scientists.
“Marine cloud-brightening” method to trigger cloud formation by spraying sea water into the atmosphere could reflect enough solar radiation away from earth to negate effects of climate change.
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Carbon Capture and Storage still remains on the of the most viable technologies to aid climate change mitigation, but what would be the impacts of a CO2 leakage in the world’s oceans?
The world’s eight leading economies join US climate change scheme to reduce short-term “forcers” including methane and soot in developing countries.
Compelling new evidence suggest that rises in CO2 caused much of the global warming responsible for ending the last ice age, strengthening the link between CO2 and rising temperatures today.