CLIMATE CHANGE WILL IMPACT US ALL
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 One Planet, One Environment, One Humanity. Human-Caused Climate Change Should Be A Wake-up Call to Us All. We need a healthy, balanced natural world for the survival of all species.   To the degree our planet is sick and out of balance so are we.  We must return to our deep interconnection with Nature for our own health and survival  to nutture and revive the harm we humans have wrought.  Nature First.
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Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change - The New York Times

Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change - The New York Times | CLIMATE CHANGE WILL IMPACT US ALL | Scoop.it
Nearly everything we understand about global warming was understood in 1979. We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts.
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Earth's Carbon Concentrations Have Soared to Levels Not Seen in 800,000 Years

Earth's Carbon Concentrations Have Soared to Levels Not Seen in 800,000 Years | CLIMATE CHANGE WILL IMPACT US ALL | Scoop.it

 https://goo.gl/xWXY59 via @commondreams

 As temperatures bust heat records across the globe and wildfires rage from California to the Arctic, a new report produced annually by more than 500 scientists worldwide found that last year, the carbon dioxide concentrations in the Earth's atmosphere reached the highest levels "in the modern atmospheric measurement record and in ice core records dating back as far as 800,000 years."   https://goo.gl/xWXY59 via @commondreams

 

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Science Magazine, August 02, 2018

https://scim.ag/2AIsydc 

The State of the Climate in 2017,the 28th edition of an annual compilation published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).warns that even if humanity "stopped the greenhouse gases at their current concentrations today, the atmosphere would still continue to warm for next couple decades to maybe a century." The hefty document includes data compiled by 524 scientists working in 65 countries....

 

 News from Science‏Verified account @NewsfromScience Aug 2

Earth's atmospheric CO2 concentrations reached 405 parts per million last year, a level not seen in 800,000 years: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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