10 NASA scientists speak on 400 ppm CO2 milestone

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Earlier this month, our atmosphere crossed an important - and potentially dangerous - milestone: Based on readings from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, we reached 400 ppm of CO2 for the first time in about 3 million years.

NASA has posted some reactions from 10 climate scientists on this historic event. As you can probably imagine, the mood is not very celebratory...

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You can read all the quotes here.

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Here's the two years chart for atmospheric CO2 concentration (notice the seasonal change caused by the fact that there's more landmass in the North half of the planet than the South):

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Via NASA

See also: CO2 levels in atmosphere reaching 400ppm for first time in 3 million years

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