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  • Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is offering a $100 million prize pool to inventors who point to a way to tackle carbon dioxide in the atmosphere triggering global warming, Reuters reported.
    Elon Musk offers $100 million rewards for tackling carbon dioxide
    2021-04-24 02:29:50
    Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is offering a $100 million prize pool to inventors who point to a way to tackle carbon dioxide in the atmosphere triggering global warming, Reuters reported.
  • The U.S. Atmospheric Observatory, located on the slope of Manua-Loa volcano in the Hawaiian Islands, for the first time since measurements were conducted, has recorded a record concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere exceeding 421 parts per million, the wrote in. The Washington Post.
    Record concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
    2021-04-06 22:06:02
    The U.S. Atmospheric Observatory, located on the slope of Manua-Loa volcano in the Hawaiian Islands, for the first time since measurements were conducted, has recorded a record concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere exceeding 421 parts per million, the wrote in. The Washington Post.
  • China plans to bring into orbit a new satellite to monitor carbon dioxide in the atmosphere equipped with the LiDAR (remotely receiving information about remote objects.) system. It will be the first such in the world and ready for launch in July, the National Center for Satellite Meteorology said, Radio China reports.
    China to bring into orbit new carbon dioxide monitoring satellite
    2021-03-03 21:52:08
    China plans to bring into orbit a new satellite to monitor carbon dioxide in the atmosphere equipped with the LiDAR (remotely receiving information about remote objects.) system. It will be the first such in the world and ready for launch in July, the National Center for Satellite Meteorology said, Radio China reports.
  • Tropical forests are losing their ability to stockpile carbon dioxide, and the Amazon jungle could in the next 15 years produce a larger amount of that gas than it absorbs, according to the results of a study quoted by the France Press. These conclusions should prompt scientists to revise forecasts of the amount of carbon dioxide humanity can produce, taking into account the Paris climate agreement's goal of limiting the rise in average global temperatures to below 2 degrees Celsius.
    Research: Tropical forests may emit more carbon dioxide than they absorb
    2020-03-06 11:51:13
    Tropical forests are losing their ability to stockpile carbon dioxide, and the Amazon jungle could in the next 15 years produce a larger amount of that gas than it absorbs, according to the results of a study quoted by the France Press. These conclusions should prompt scientists to revise forecasts of the amount of carbon dioxide humanity can produce, taking into account the Paris climate agreement's goal of limiting the rise in average global temperatures to below 2 degrees Celsius.
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