Carbon in air is rising even as emissions stabalize
from The New York Times
For more that two years, monitoring stations around the world have been flashing a warning: the excess carbon dioxide scoring the planet rose at the highest rate on record in 2015 and 2016. A slightly slower but still unusual rate of increase has continues in 2017. Scientists are concerned about the cause of the rapid rise because, in one of the most hopeful signs since the global climate crisis became widely understood in the 1980s, the amount of carbon dioxide that people are pumping into the air seems to have stabilized in recent years.
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