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Negative feedback: reversing carbon emissions

Negative feedback: reversing carbon emissions

Update: 2020-01-035
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It is increasingly clear that putting less carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will not be enough to combat climate change; we take a look at the effort to actively remove the stuff from the air. Our correspondent takes a ride on Chicago’s Red Line, whose length represents a shocking level of inequality. And why a push to go organic in Turkey isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radiooffer


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Sara Peracca

reporting misses long term neg co2 capture with all plants eg grasses and role of soil. engineering fixes not as effective and much more costly. do more research.

Jan 11th
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Negative feedback: reversing carbon emissions

Negative feedback: reversing carbon emissions