Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Local climate change data

You've no doubt read about climate change, and you've perhaps seen sites such as 350.org that suggest we should reduce atmospheric CO2 below 350 ppm.

If you live in the Puget Sound region of the USA, you might be interested in this live data feed from NOAA showing the CO2 levels at the top of Seattle's Space Needle.  While I am writing this, I notice that we've hit as much as 435 ppm since this sensor was installed last February.

Do you know of other such online sensors?

What can we do to bring it down?

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