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Scientists’ Startling Idea to Fight Climate Change: More CO2

Futurism Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Scientists’ Startling Idea to Fight Climate Change: More CO2Greenhouse Blues Greenhouses gases like carbon dioxide are wreaking havoc on Earth’s climate. But in a surprising twist, scientists from Stanford University are arguing that more carbon could keep climate change in check. It may sound counter-intuitive, but the explanation is surprisingly simple: since methane is technically more harmful to the environment, the researchers say we should […]

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