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The Eternal Flame

CO2 Emissions will Break another Record

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The Eternal Flame

CO2 Emissions Will Break Another Record in 2019

E&E News on December 4, 2019 Global carbon emissions are expected to hit an all-time high in 2019, scientists say, smashing a previous record set in 2018.

By the end of the year, emissions from industrial activities and the burning of fossil fuels will pump an estimated 36.8 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

And total carbon emissions from all human activities, including agriculture and land use, will likely cap off at about 43.1 billion tons.

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The Eternal Flame

Where are whe going with this and how fast maybe one day whe will woke up and they will be no more snow ever?

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tmcom
8 hours ago, The Eternal Flame said:

Where are whe going with this and how fast maybe one day whe will woke up and they will be no more snow ever?

I see that you are a climate activist, taking an extended period off school!

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Doug1029

CO2 emissions hit a new high.  They're going up.  Every year they hit a new high.  tmcom is right about this.  A new record every year - for some parts of the year, a new record every day.

Doug

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ThereWeAreThen
On 12/6/2019 at 9:32 AM, tmcom said:

I see that you are a climate activist, taking an extended period off school!

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God you're boring.

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