The nitty gritty of measuring atmospheric CO2 involves Algerian monks and Mongolian schoolteachers, and has some pretty major real-world implications.
Carbon dioxide levels in the Arctic have reached 400 parts per million (ppm). Once upon a time, they were 275 ppm. 350 ppm is considered a decent level to aim for these days. Peanut butter and deli meats have traces of flame retardant in them. Fishing fleets don’t care what regulators say — they’ll fish […]