However, Thunberg's use of the meme is possibly the most punchy and devastating version we've seen yet. By using a just one graph shows the shocking rise of carbon dioxide gases into the atmosphere dating back to 800,000 years ago.
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Despite much of the world being forced into lockdown because of coronavirus this year, carbon dioxide levels are still reported to be at a record high. A UN report published in 2019, found that emissions would have to fall by 7.6 per cent every year to reach the 1.5c temperature goal set by the Paris Climate Accords. If it does not it could lead to a severe and irreversible impact on the climate.