Greenhouse Gas Emissions Still Rising: EPA
"Measurements of gases trapped historically in Antarctic ice confirm that the current global atmospheric concentrations of carbon
dioxide and methane are unprecedented over the past 650,000 years, even after accounting for natural fluctuations," the agency said.
Concentrations of nitrous oxide are 18 percent higher than pre-industrial levels; and concentrations of certain synthetic chemicals were...
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