A recent statistics show that carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere at the growth rate between 2012-2013 reached the highest value since 1984. World Meteorological Organization (WMO), said the survey shows that we urgently need to develop a global climate agreement.
According to foreign media reports, one of the latest statistics show that atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide in the growth rate between 2012-2013 reached the highest value since 1984. World Meteorological Organization (WMO), said the survey shows that we urgently need to develop a global climate agreement. But the British energy minister Ed Davey said any similar climate agreement probably will not contain legally binding emission reduction, which is envisaged before.
After the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Notice of annual greenhouse gas emissions does not measure the power station chimney, but recorded the complex interaction of the atmosphere, land and ocean between remaining in the atmosphere of greenhouse gases. According to the announcement, in 2013 the average global atmospheric carbon dioxide can reach 396ppm, compared with the previous year, an increase of about 3ppm.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Secretary-General Michel Jarraud said: “The announcement shows that carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere are in fact nearly 30 years the fastest rate of growth we need to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions through the global to reverse this trend. . “
Now the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere before the Industrial Revolution began in 1750 by 142%. However, the global average temperature was not consistent with the growth of carbon dioxide, which leads to a lot of people claim that global warming has been suspended. Head WMO Atmospheric Research department Oksana Tarasova said: “the climate system and non-linear, it may not be reflected in the atmospheric temperature, but if you look at the temperature profile of the ocean, you will find calorie place.”
Political leaders around the world will attend a special summit convened by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on September 23. The goal of the conference is global climate change negotiations before making a strong push on and reach an agreement before the end of 2015. The exact legal nature of the agreement will remain the theme of the conference debate.