Carbon Dioxide reached the record-breaking levels not seen in at least 800,000 years

On May 11, the researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii declared that the levels of the greenhouse gas reached 415 parts per million (ppm). They have been measuring atmospheric carbon dioxide levels since 1958. With the help of other kinds of analysis, such as those done on ancient air bubbles trapped in ice cores, scientists have data on levels reaching back 800,000 years.

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Mercedes-Benz announced their cars would be carbon-neutral by 2039

Yesterday Mercedes-Benz announced that they are planning to make their entire passenger car fleet carbon free by 2039.

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Russia drafts first carbon emission law

Russian government is working on climate legislation that could give the world’s fifth largest emitter a framework for regulating carbon emissions for the first time.

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Climate strike: what, where and how

In schools across at least 100 countries, students went out of their classrooms on Friday (March 15) to participate in what have become known as the “School strikes”, “Climate strikes”, “Fridays For Future” against climate change inaction.

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