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Atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping greenhouse gases reached an all-time high last year, with no signs of abating, according to World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), the primary greenhouse gas, were 50% above pre-industrial levels in 2022, marking a significant milestone. While the rate of growth in CO2 concentrations slightly decreased compared to the previous year, the overall trend continues to rise, fueled by ongoing industrial activities.

Alarming Surge in Greenhouse Gas Signals Urgent Action

Atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping greenhouse gases reached an all-time high last year, with no signs of abating, according to World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), the primary greenhouse gas, were 50% above pre-industrial levels in 2022, marking a significant milestone. While the rate of growth in CO2 concentrations slightly decreased compared to the previous year, the overall trend continues to rise, fueled by ongoing industrial activities.
Atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping greenhouse gases reached an all-time high last year, with no signs of abating, according to World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), the primary greenhouse gas, were 50% above pre-industrial levels in 2022, marking a significant milestone. While the rate of growth in CO2 concentrations slightly decreased compared to the previous year, the overall trend continues to rise, fueled by ongoing industrial activities.

Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Mechanism to Reduce Heat-Trapping Gases

In a landmark decision, hundred and ninety-three countries unanimously approved the creation of a global greenhouse gas monitoring mechanism to support urgent action to reduce heat-trapping gases. The landmark decision comes as part of the World Meteorological Congress.
Emission reductions in the 11 high-income countries that have managed to "decouple" CO2 emissions from Gross Domestic Product (GDP) have been deemed insufficient to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement, according to a recent study published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal.

Greenhouse Gas Levels Hit New highs

In another ominous climate change warning, atmospheric levels of three main greenhouse gases - carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide reached new...
Emission reductions in the 11 high-income countries that have managed to "decouple" CO2 emissions from Gross Domestic Product (GDP) have been deemed insufficient to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement, according to a recent study published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal.

Greenhouse Gas Concentrations, Sea Level Rise Hits Record High

Greenhouse gas concentrations, global sea levels and ocean heat content hit new highs in 2021, which showed that climate change keeps surging...
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Animal Health And Greenhouse Gas

Animal health is vital in helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but greater investment by countries is needed to evaluate the impact,...
Emission reductions in the 11 high-income countries that have managed to "decouple" CO2 emissions from Gross Domestic Product (GDP) have been deemed insufficient to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement, according to a recent study published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal.

Greenhouse; Big Commitments Needed For Achieving Goal 

Some countries such as the United States have set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 per cent...
Food Supply Chain Adds More to Greenhouse Gas

Food Supply Chain Adds More to Greenhouse Gas

Food processing, packaging, transport, household consumption and waste disposal are likely to top the greenhouse gas emitters list, said a new study by the...
Emission reductions in the 11 high-income countries that have managed to "decouple" CO2 emissions from Gross Domestic Product (GDP) have been deemed insufficient to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement, according to a recent study published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal.

High Time Asia pacific Region Reduce Greenhouse Gas

Economies in the Asia-Pacific region need to urgently reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including to maintain their trade competitiveness as carbon taxes at borders threaten to rise, according to a new United...
Two-thirds of Countries Lack Mandatory buildings codes

Rich Americans produce 25 per cent more greenhouse gas than the poor   

Among Americans, the rich produce about 25 per cent more heat trapping gases than the poor people at home. This was revealed by a...
Greenhouse emissions

Greenhouse gases at higher emission levels

  The World Meteorological Organisation has revealed that Greenhouse gases have reached new record high, which could mean extreme water conditions, rise in temperature, rise...