Wednesday, December 05, 2012

One-third of CO2 emissions since 1998, and temperatures haven't budged

It is when you combine the analysis of different data sources… | 3000 Quads
But looking at the data global.1751_2009 (3), one thing jumps out at me. CDIAC writes “Since 1751 approximately 356 billion metric tonnes of carbon have been released to the atmosphere from the consumption of fossil fuels and cement production.” And they helpfully provide an Excel spreadsheet showing their estimates by year.

And almost one-third of that number, 110 billion metric tonnes, have occurred since that time in 1998 when temperatures reached their temporary plateau.   [Via DB]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes, how about that? In addition, according to thier calculations, the level of the oceans by now should have risen by 10 feet. I googled Florida at high tide. Not under water yet. Hmm!!