Warning as carbon levels hit new high

Brisbane Times: Carbon dioxide levels are about to rise to the highest they have been in five million years, triggering warnings a move towards low carbon economies is not happening quick enough. The atmospheric concentration of CO2 is expected to rise to 400 parts per million in the next few days, according to readings at the American government's Earth Systems Research Laboratory in Hawaii. University of Queensland Global Change Institute Director, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, said there have been few,......

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