The air we breathe

The CO2 level had increased 35% over the lat 175 years

THE AIR WE BREATHE

Global industrialization. Deforestation. Population growth.

All major causes contributing to the increase of carbon dioxide (CO2) contamination today. CO2 level has risen significantly from 284 ppm in 1832 to 384 ppm in November 2007, a 35% increase in the last 175 years.*

On the positive side, global warming awareness has been clearly on the rise also. Around the world, positive measures are taken and better education implemented to ensure a greener and better future.

As we work towards a sustainable environment, new technologies are constantly being developed and employed to minimize the release of CO2.

The role forests play in extracting CO2 and other pollutants from the air is considered extremely vital today. The message is clear – the more efficient wood is processed and used, the better it will be for biosphere stability.

*Source: wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_dioxide_in_the_Earth%27s_atmospherev