Greenhouse gases The world's average concentration is the highest in observation history.
WMO = World Meteorological Organization announced that the world's average concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which cause global warming, last year was the highest in observation history. A warning bell was sounded when it was affected by severe climate change.
This was announced in Geneva, Switzerland, on the 25th by the United Nations specialized agency WMO, before the COP25, a UN conference to discuss global warming countermeasures, will begin in Spain on the 2nd of next month.
According to that, the average concentration of carbon dioxide, one of the greenhouse gases that causes global warming, was 407.8ppm last year, the highest since we started taking statistics.
Furthermore, 1869 ppb for methane and 331.1 ppb for dinitrogen monoxide, both updated the highest values.
“If the average concentration continues to rise as it is, the next generation will be affected by more severe climate change, such as further rises in temperature, water shortages, and sea level rises,” said WMO Secretary General Tarras. .
The contents of this WMO announcement will be taken up in the discussion at COP25.