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What is Carbon Neutral?

| Thursday May 12th, 2005 | 2 Comments

carbonnutral.jpgGreenthinkers noted the other day that “carbon neutral” may become the next hot phrase in business-environmental circles. But what does it really mean, and how do you approach it? There’s some great information on the venerable David Suzuki’s website. There are also outlines of several programs that can help your company achieve a carbon neutral goal.


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  • http://www.odograph.com odograph

    I think it might become an important phrase, but as is often the case, it skips some important math:
    (1) Different fuels burn with different ratios of energy production to carbon (co2) release
    (2) Cabonacious material can be easily sequestered.
    (3) The optimum plan would be to burn those fuels which produce high energy per ton of CO2 released, while sequestering those “fuels” which would be less efficient.

  • Anonymous

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