Risk of natural disasters, dangerous increase in the density of greenhouse gases

NEW YORK: The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has revealed that despite the Corona epidemic, the number of heat-producing gases in the atmosphere reached record levels in 2020.

According to the details, a review report of the United Nations Environment Agency states that the global density of greenhouse gases remained at a record level last year.

The World Meteorological Organization released a report on Monday, analyzing the International Meteorological Agency’s 2020 data for the global average of the densities of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide.

The report shows that the highest levels of all three gases have been recorded since data collection began in 1984.

The amount of CO2, methane and nitrous oxide has increased more than the annual average over the last 10 years. The WMO says it will raise temperatures beyond the goals of the Paris Agreement. They worry that our warm world is increasing emissions from natural resources.

Last year, carbon dioxide levels were recorded at 413.2 ppm (parts per million), methane at 1,889 ppb (parts per billion) and nitrous oxide at 333.2 ppb.

According to the report, the density of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 2020 was 2.5 ppm, that of methane 11 ppb and that of nitrous oxide 1.2 ppb higher than in 2019.

Despite a 5.6 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels last year due to restrictions imposed by Covid 19, the increase in the density of each of these gases was higher than the annual average of the last 10 years.

Japan’s Meteorological Department, which is involved in the analysis of the data, has warned that natural disasters such as droughts and heavy rains will be more frequent if global warming is not addressed.

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