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In 2014, Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels Highest in Nearly 1 Million Years

Nearly 37 Billion metric tones of C02 is pumped into our air and oceans every year, all produced by human emissions (Source: C02Now.org).
In 2014, Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels Highest in Nearly 1 Million Years
Monday, May12, 2014  Rochester, NY -  About 800,000 years ago, a small band of ancestors of modern humans, probably Homo Erectus, otherwise known as 'Pioneer Man', left footprints near present day Norfolk, England.  Also on that day, 800,000 years ago, was the last time that carbon dioxide levels in the earth's atmosphere were as high as they are presently, nearly one million years later, in 2014.  What can we do to address this environmental calamity? Read More ...
Christopher J. Wilmot

The Death of the Oceans

A sea turtle, muching on some delicious plastic. Plastic constitutes approximately 90% of all trash floating on the ocean’s surface, with 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
The Death of the Oceans
Thursday, April 10, 2014  Rochester, NY -  Our planet's oceans are in worse shape now then at any other time in the past 300 million years.  If you love the beach, if you enjoy eating fresh seafood not raised on a farm, then read on, and find out why it might not be too late to save our oceans. Read More ...
Christopher J. Wilmot