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Estimates of emissions of carbon dioxide faster this year: Study

There is another bad news now between pollution and the crisis of climate change. This year the emission of carbon dioxide may increase further. It has been claimed in a study conducted in the UK. Exeter University’s Richard Bates said, “The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased by 30 percent.”

There is another bad news in the growing global concern about mounting pollution that carbon dioxide (COTU) emissions can increase further this year. This apprehension of the researchers of the Meteorological Department and the University of Exeter in the UK is based on many factors. These include an increase in human-born emissions and a relative decrease in the carbon dioxide being taken by the ecosystem due to tropical climate variability.

Exeter University’s Professor Richard Bates said, “The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere at the Mauna Loa observatory in Hawaii has increased by about 30 percent since 1958.” He said that due to such fossil fuels, deforestation and cement production Emissions are happening. He said that the natural sources of carbon dioxide consuming this year are also expected to be weak, so the effects of emissions generated by human-born record will be more than last year.

The Meteorological office feared that the emissions of carbon dioxide (COTU) in the atmosphere this year would be more than 2.75 parts per million (PPM) compared to 2018. Bates said that the average carbon dioxide concentration in the year 2019 is expected to be 411.3 ppm.

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