Currently the approach to CO2 emissions reduction relates primarily to the development of renewable energy resources (notably wind, solar and biomass), to the electrification of transport systems, to improved building design (insulation, air-handling etc) and production of new materials with lower carbon emissions. Unfortunately there are a number of key emission sources which defy easy mitigation

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In 1960, there were 316 parts per million of CO2 in the atmosphere. Today there are 410 parts per million. This increase has caused the current global warming effect now being experienced worldwide. This concentration is projected to grow to approximately 550 parts per million by 2050 before current mitigation efforts take effect. We don’t know what it will be like

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