The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) reported that global carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations have reached 400 parts per million – levels that haven’t been seen for about two million years!
CO2 has risen more than 120 parts per million since pre-industrial times and half of that rise has occurred since 1980. That’s a spike that isn’t going to slow down unless we CHANGE BEHAVIOUR.
In case you’re wondering, that means fewer people, consuming less. Reversing the population explosion isn’t going to happen tomorrow, but everyone can cut their consumption by eating less meat (livestock farming is the #1 cause of climate change), travelling less (for work or pleasure), lowering the amount of chems we use on our selves (cosmetics) and our homes (laundry, detergents etc).
On the other hand we can love nature more, enjoy the company of friends, and feel better about our world, … while we still have it.