A record 149 percent increase in greenhouse gas emissions, raising global concerns; Clear from the WMO report

Greenhouse Gas: A record increase in greenhouse gas emissions this year compared to last year The World Meteorological Organization says in its report. Although there have been temporary lockdowns around the world during the Corona period, it has become clear that it has had no effect on greenhouse gas emissions. The global meteorological department said in a report that this year’s emission rate is higher than the average increase in the last decade. This report is published annually on the gases that contribute to global warming, such as Carbon Di-Oxide and Methane.

The goal is to control the temperature rise up to 2 C. Efforts will be made to control it to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius. But given the current rise, the global meteorological department has said that even higher temperatures are likely to rise.

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Greenhouse gas levels are at new records. Again
Concentration of CO2 in 2020 was 149% of pre-industrial times
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We are set for a 🌡️ increase much higher than #ParisAgreement target of 1.5 & deg; C-2 & deg; C. https://t.co/LQ5sVilzcE # COP26 pic.twitter.com/S0NHxa5jg9

& mdash; World Meteorological Organization (MWMO) October 25, 2021

The levels of carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide have risen sharply since the pre-industrial revolution in 1750. Carbon dioxide rose 149 percent, according to the World Meteorological Agency. Generally, after the Industrial Revolution, human activities are said to increase pollution and upset the earth’s balance.

In 2015, the amount of carbon dioxide in the air was 400 parts million. In just five years, it has grown to 413.5 parts million. Although corona-era controls have reduced fossil fuel consumption by 5.6 percent, carbon dioxide levels have risen to record levels over the past decade, and this is a cause for concern.

COP 26 It will take place in Glasgow from October to November 12. The meeting will focus on the Paris Agreement, which is five years old, and what action has been taken so far. The World Meteorological Agency’s report was released on the sidelines of the conference.

What are green gases? . These include carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons and sulfur hexafluorides. This greenhouse gas is causing a huge rise in global temperature, which in turn is upsetting the Earth’s balance.

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