51 Billion tons of carbon are released into our atmosphere every year.

What does 1 ton of carbon look like?

•One cubic meter = 1000liters One mole CO 2 = 44.0g (CO 2 = 12.0g + 32.0g = 44.0g) One ton contains 22730 moles of CO 2 (1,000,000g / 44.0g/mole) One mole is 24.47L (Boyle’s law at 25°C and 1 atmosphere pressure) Volume of one ton CO 2 = 22730moles × 24.47L/mole = 556200L = 556.2m³ One ton of CO 2 occupies 556.2m³ of volume.

So what does 51 Billion tons look like?

This goes into out atmosphere every year and is creating global warming.

How do we know “Global Warming” is real? Because we measure it!