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If another tree grows in the spot where your wood was harvested, it could potentially suck enough carbon out of the atmosphere to counteract the emissions of your campfire.
They will thus require just as much energy and investment to counteract.
So if you press one, that inadvertently presses other levers that counteract its effect.
If the finding is broadly true for temperate trees, it could mean that these forests have a limit to how much carbon they can absorb every year, lessening their ability to counteract emissions from humans.
Designed to counteract the effect of gravity on a pocket watch’s accuracy, the tourbillon mounts the watch’s critical timekeeping components in a rotating cage.
In the meantime the opposite party made efforts of counteraction.
This daily paper would form a very strong counteraction to the ale-house.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
The second is the cause or tragic impulse of the counteraction, and stands between the climax and the fall or untying of the knot.
It was the mighty counteraction of free labor that crushed slavery.
THE BROTHERS' WARJOHN CALVIN REED
Catalytics may not remain beyond a certain time; their office is counteraction.
THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND

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