When did we start calculating green house emissions?



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    In 1958, Charles Keeling from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography in La Jolla, California first started to record carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. These were the first recorded levels of carbon dioxide, and has been cited as one of the first clues of global warming. The results of this research is the infamous Keeling Curve, which recently celebrated it’s 50th birthday.

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