Scientists explain surge in CO<b><SUB>2</SUB></b> concentration

The alarming increase in the growth rate of the atmosphere’s carbon dioxide concentration in recent years is due largely to economic growth. But an increase in carbon intensity of the global economy and falling carbon sinks are also to blame.

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