Earth’s CO2 Hits 400ppm
James Hillman (1998: 101): “The anima mundi indicates the animated possibilities presented by each event as it is, its sensuous presentation as a face.”
On Thursday, May 9, two weeks after Earth Day, on the same day as the eclipse pictured, we hit 400ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere.
According Pieter Tans of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as reported to AP, the last time we hit 400ppm was 2 million years ago, during the Pleistocene Era when “It was much warmer than it is today.” Back then, forests grew in Greenland, converting the carbon in the air into trees…
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