Ralph Keeling

professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Ralph Keeling on KCRW

The Arctic and northern Russia recently hit 84 degrees. It’s usually around 54 degrees there this time of year.

As temperatures warm, CO2 levels hit a new record

The Arctic and northern Russia recently hit 84 degrees. It’s usually around 54 degrees there this time of year.

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