The World Meteorological Organisation presented a report which demonstrated that the concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increased at the fastest rate since 1983. This concentration of gas sets a new record between the year of 2012 and 2012.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) stated that it drew attention of the concern authorities towards the requirement of a global climate agreement.
The WMO’s Greenhouse Gas statement is released every year and record the rate of warming gases in the atmosphere. However, the report does not determine the discharge of these gases fro power station. Trees, see and living organism utilize nearly half of the emission.
Nevertheless, the report showed that the quantity of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere touched 396 parts per million in 2013. It indicates a rise of around 3ppm over 2012. Michel Jarraud, the General Secretary of the WMO expressed that the concentration of gas is continuously mounting instead of declining.
The level of carbon dioxide is now 142 percent, which is similar to the rate of 1750 before the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. However, some analyst states that the global warming has paused due to which the average global temperature is not increasing in the same way.
Nevertheless, Oskana Tarasova, chief of the atmospheric research division commented that climate doesn’t move in a straight motion. It is not essentially displayed through the temperature of the atmosphere, but if we closely examine the temperature profile of the ocean it is evident that the heat is going into the ocean.