Are 350 Parts of Carbon Dioxide Enough to Safe the World?

Many international activities ran during the 350 action campaigns in the International Day of Climate Action on 24 October 2009, to save our planet and from that date one of the climate change organizations has taken actions through climate demonstrations and climate marches, as Green Peace did and took this measure as a name and continued its activities to save the world.

Millions of people have gathered and demonstrated worldwide in the last few years to support reducing the number to safe level and to stop climate change and save our world.

The following article is about this issue and it comes to encourage you support any action to save your community from global climate dangers.

It encourages you to share your thoughts too about this very important issue in our world today and to gather your family members and friends to take actions. Please use the links and the form below to support the action 350. Thanks.

Since the day new dangers of global warming rose, many international authorities and organizations have made serious studies to the causes and campaigned to impose strong measures for the world leaders to take to prevent destruction of our planet.

Concerned environmental authorities have made this action at that number out of what scientists have said about the rising parts of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) per million of it in the atmosphere.

The scientists have suggested that 350 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere is the safe limit to keep our planet safe.

Climate experts, scientists and progressive governments say this number is the safe high limit for CO2 in the atmosphere.

Rising the warrants that the world now is above the safe zone, concerned directions have made efforts to keep the number at 350 parts of Carbon Dioxide.

Standardising 350!

According to and about 200 years ago the atmosphere contained 275 parts per million of carbon dioxide.

Therefore the parts per million is a simple way to measure the concentration of different gases and it means "the ratio of the number of carbon dioxide molecules to all of the molecules in the atmosphere."

They say 275 parts per million CO2 is good amount as without some CO2 and some other greenhouse gases to trap heat in the atmosphere, the planet would be too cold for people to live on.

Since there is a need for carbon in the atmosphere, then the question is how much of it should be there.

Therefore, scientists suggested the highest safe level of CO2 to be 350 parts per million. Complete this article here at Action 350 Org.

Climate change has affected many beautiful places in the world among them are those 100 beautiful sites in the world I publish on this website.

Global warming and climate change have either threatened those exotic places or completely affected them and caused great damages in their infrastructures by such enforced changes.

The UNESCO has declared some of those beautiful places, as you can read on many pages on this website as World Heritage Sites. Some of them have also been shooting places for some great movies. See

The authorities in Bolivia have already closed one of them, well known as the world's highest skiing resort because of global climate change.

However, unless the decision-making circles worldwide make serious decisions and implement sincere efforts to control global warming and eliminate the causes of climate change nothing will improve helping our global system to work perfectly and be safe.

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