In 1850, less than 1 billion tons of Carbon Dioxide was issued as compared with global CO2 emissions in 2018 which were over 34 billion tons.
The world population has grown by a billion in just 12 years. Today, the Earth is inhabited by nearly 7.6 billion people.
Civilization diseases kill 41 million people worldwide each year, which is 71% of all deaths.
Worldwide at least 20-30% of the population suffer from allergies; this figure doubles every 10 years.
July 2019 was the hottest month in the history of global measurements.
Carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere in 2018 was 407 ppm; before the industrial revolution it was 280 ppm.