when carbon monoxide is taken in, it replaces the oxygen in the blood. this deprives cells and tissues of oxygen. It increases risk of high blood pressure and Heart disease
Carbon monoxide pulls oxygen out of your blood and away from your brain. All living tissues need oxygen. If the carbon monoxide levels get too high, you can die.
Removing catalytic converter's and untuning there vehicles so more carbon monoxide is created.
The carbon Dioxide levels in the Earth's atmosphere are rising.
Yes, the thermohaline currents will be affected.
Of course.It would affect as such its between seas.
It could contribute to rising temperatures and rising sea levels.
Quite so. The brain stem detects high levels of carbon dioxide and triggers breathing.
Rock pools will be under water, and new ones will be formed between the the new high and low tide levels.
The trend, unfortunately, is rising. Two hundred years ago carbon dioxide levels were around 280 ppm (parts per million) and had been that way for thousands of years. Now (2014) levels have reached 400 ppm or 0.04%. They have been rising every year since global warming began.
The rising gas prices will affect teenages just as the rising gas prices affect everyone.
tinned food no drinking water carbon dioxide scrubbers no washing facilities and rising water levels
Unfortunately the enhanced greenhouse effect has not improved. Carbon dioxide and methane levels are continuing to rise, with the rise in carbon dioxide levels actually rising at an exponential rate. The one small piece of good news is that methane levels are currently rising at a much slower rate than they had been. There is hope that we can also slow the rise in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide, but only if we as individuals do more, and our governments develop the political courage to take the action they know must sooner or later be taken.
the average global temp and the atmospheric co2 level has risen