Thesaurus / carbon-dioxide
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She helped a winemaker protect the fermenting wines with carbon dioxide and dry ice, while firefighters managed to save the winery.
SOMMELIERS HAVE BEEN FORCED TO PIVOT IN THE PANDEMIC, AND THEIR FUTURES REMAIN UNCERTAINDAVE MCINTYREFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In the context of planetary science, this can mean water ice, or nitrogen, carbon dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen, methane, sulfur dioxide—the ingredients for life.
WE’RE LIVING IN A GOLDEN AGE OF SAMPLE RETURN MISSIONSNEEL PATELFEBRUARY 2, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increased by about 20 parts per million between roughly 4000 BCE and 1850 CE, she said.
EARTH USED TO BE COOLER THAN WE THOUGHT, WHICH CHANGES OUR MATH ON GLOBAL WARMINGPHILIP KIEFERJANUARY 28, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
If all 139 million households in the United States used efficiency measures to cut their heating and cooling costs by a third, the country would save almost 150 million tons of carbon dioxide annually.
HOW TO STOP YOUR HOUSE’S EXPENSIVE DRAFTS — AND SAVE THE PLANETSARAH KAPLANJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink yesterday challenged companies to disclose plans for how they will achieve “net zero” global emissions by 2050—meaning they emit no more carbon dioxide than they remove from the environment.
MANY COMPANIES STILL HAVE NO NET-ZERO CLIMATE PLANALAN MURRAYJANUARY 27, 2021FORTUNE
The air could also have had carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, with smaller amounts of hydrogen gas and hydrogen sulfide.
CRUSHED SPACE ROCKS HINT AT EXOPLANETS’ EARLY ATMOSPHERIC MAKEUPLISA GROSSMANJANUARY 26, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
What are a few paltry, lumps of crystallised carbon compared to a galaxy of a million million suns?
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