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Record amounts of carbon dioxide emissions in 2021

Record amounts of carbon dioxide emissions in 2021


People are not taking the red alarms regarding pollution seriously; the new International Atomic Energy Agency  (IAEA) report re-enacts that picture.

Last year, in 2021, the release of toxic carbon dioxide gas broke all records! These figures are terrifying. Because compared to the previous year, the emission rate has increased by 6 percent.

According to AFP, the IAEA recorded 36.3 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emitted last year. Carbon dioxide emissions have declined slightly since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

However, that number has skyrocketed again, which is still the highest annual. But why?

Why did so much of that toxic gas suddenly get into the air?

During lockdown in 2020, the factory production got shut down, so was the movement of vehicles for a long time?

The impact of air pollution had significantly reduced. However, the following year brought new production into motion. The amount of fuel in the industrial sector increases to survive the economic crisis due to this situation.

China is at the top. According to the report, in 2021, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted in China alone will be 33 percent of the total amount.

Air pollution has been on the rise globally for the last few years. According to a recent shocking report, Papua New Guinea and Niger are at the top of the list regarding air pollution.

Due to this, the average life expectancy of people is decreasing. That picture is evident again from the new report.

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