400 PPM: Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Reaches Prehistoric Levels
Scientific American (blog)
When Charles D. Keeling first started his measurements, CO2 made up some 317 ppm of the air we breathe and climate change was already a concern thanks to the work of John Tyndall, Svante Arrhenius and Guy Callendar. Every year since 1958 the ...
My Turn: On fairness and global warming
Like all science, it is evolving, but there is so much work that has been done, by so many outstanding scientists since global warming by carbon dioxide was predicted by the great scientist Svante Arrhenius in 1896 — that's 117 years ago. That is not ...
The key is to pay attention to 'experts'
The renowned Swedish chemist Svante Arrhenius figured this out in 1896. Miller then claimed: “The so-called greenhouse effect has been falsified and concluded to be fictional” and “No greenhouse effect has been demonstrated in any planetary atmosphere.
Yasunizing the world?
The Africa Report
When Svante Arrhenius, a Swedish chemist and Nobel laureate, published the first articles on climate change in 1896, the carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere was 300 parts per million (ppm). It is now reaching 400 ppm and rising 2 ppm per year.