A rise to 1,200 parts per million of atmospheric CO2, which will be reached around 2100 a.d. at current emissions trends, may disrupt the formation of stratocumulus clouds, whose loss would result in an additional 8º C of warming globally and 10º C in the subtropics. | Harper's Magazine

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A rise to 1,200 parts per million of atmospheric CO2, which will be reached around 2100 a.d. at current emissions trends, may disrupt the formation of stratocumulus clouds, whose loss would result in an additional 8º C of warming globally and 10º C in the subtropics.

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A rise to 1,200 parts per million of atmospheric CO2, which will be reached around 2100 A.D. at current emissions trends, may disrupt the formation of stratocumulus clouds, whose loss would result in an additional 8º C of warming globally and 10º C in the subtropics.

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