[Vision2020] NOAA 6-3-22: Carbon dioxide now more than 50% higher than pre-industrial levels

Ted Moffett starbliss at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 18:59:26 PDT 2022

NOAA article mentioned in subject heading lower down.

Any discussion of "progress" addressing anthropogenic global warming,
"carbon neutral" or "net zero" future targets, for example, is at best
misleading, often sophisticated deception (greenwash), or outright lying,
when atmospheric CO2 levels continue to increase.  The well established
science regarding atmospheric CO2 lifespan indicates the billions of tons
of CO2 humanity is now dumping into our atmosphere like it was an open
sewer for our pollution, will contribute to continued climate change for
centuries, or create a massive technological and economic problem for CCS
(carbon capture and storage) mitigation, or other large scale
geoengineering options.  Only when atmospheric CO2 levels at least stop
increasing, can any discussion of "progress" be substantially meaningful.
Discussion of some of these issues from NASA's Gavin Schmidt at this
RealClimate: Net Zero/Not Zero
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Carbon dioxide now more than 50% higher than pre-industrial levels |
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (noaa.gov)

Carbon dioxide measured at NOAA’s Mauna Loa Atmospheric Baseline
Observatory peaked for 2022 at 421 parts per million in May, pushing the
atmosphere further into territory not seen for millions of years,
scientists from NOAA and Scripps Institution of Oceanography

at the University of California San Diego announced today.
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