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Jennifer Chu
July 27, 2021
phys.org
In certain parts of the deep ocean, scattered across the seafloor, lie baseball-sized rocks layered with minerals accumulated over millions of years. A region of the central Pacific, called the Clarion Clipperton Fracture Zone (CCFZ), is estimated to contain vast reserves of these rocks, known as "polymetallic nodules," that are rich in nickel and cobalt--minerals that are commonly mined on land for the production of lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles, laptops, and mobile phones.
Eric Roston
June 8, 2021
phys.org
As surely as the rains fall and flowers blossom, the Northern Hemisphere awakens every June to another, less inspiring rite of spring--a new peak level for global atmospheric carbon dioxide. This year, that number is 419 carbon dioxide molecules for every million molecules of air, a.k.a. parts per million.
SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
June 7, 2021
Martinsville Bulletin
The annual peak of global heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air has reached another dangerous milestone: 50% higher than when the industrial age began.
Associated Press
June 8, 2021
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The average rate of increase in this heat-trapping gas is faster than ever, scientists reported Monday.
Brad Plumer
June 7, 2021
www.nytimes.com
Global emissions dropped last year, but the decline wasn't nearly enough to halt the buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
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