April sees record carbon concentrations

Barry White

The Financial Times (14/15 May) reports that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere reached the highest level ever recorded by modern instruments in April. Scientists say that is set to rise even higher this month.

CO2 levels fluctuate during the year as vegetation grows in spring then decomposes. Levels peak during April and May, when the large amount of vegetation in our hemisphere release carbon dioxide.

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