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Atmospheric carbon dioxide level reaches historic high of 400ppm

11 May 2013

The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) gas in the in the Earth's atmosphere has now passed 400 parts per million, according to the Mauna Lao Observatory in Hawaii.

Two experts from Imperial College London discuss the significance of this here.

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