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CO2 levels in atmosphere are at their highest in 800,000 years

The CO2 levels in atmosphere first crept above 400 parts per million in 2013. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Kevin Loria

Writer, Business Insider

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Global average CO2 levels in atmosphere. Data from Parrenin et al. 2013; Snyder et al. 2016; Bereiter et al. 2015. Image: Ben Henley and Nerilie Abram/The Conversation

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