CO2 is the focus but limiting emissions is hard; capturing, using and storing offers opportunities; but critical under investment in innovation
It is hard to visualise the scientific unit of measurement that counts the number of units of one substance per one million units of another (ppm). People at education platform TED-Ed have tried a number of ways: One key from 11,363 pianos A granule of sugar from 273 cubes One second in 11.5 days One…
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