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synonyms for sequestration

  • aloneness
  • aloofness
  • blockade
  • concealment
  • desolation
  • detachment
  • hiding
  • isolation
  • privacy
  • privateness
  • quarantine
  • reclusiveness
  • remoteness
  • retirement
  • retreat
  • separateness
  • separation
  • shelter
  • solitude
  • withdrawal
  • beleaguerment
  • reclusion
  • seclusiveness

antonyms for sequestration

MOST RELEVANT
  • togetherness
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How to use sequestration in a sentence

The healthier the soil, the greater its capacity for carbon sequestration, and the greater the farm’s biodiversity, the healthier soil.
THE ECOLOGY OF GOOD WEED - ISSUE 104: HARMONYMADISON MARGOLINAUGUST 25, 2021NAUTILUS
Sustainable, native lawns are better for soil health and carbon sequestration without the need for trees because they can trap large amounts of carbon just like trees do.
4 REASONS TO LET YOUR LAWN GROW WILDANGELY MERCADOAUGUST 21, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Planting more trees for carbon sequestration or crops for fuels will compete with growing food for an expanding global population.
THE UN CLIMATE REPORT PINS HOPES ON CARBON REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES THAT BARELY EXISTJAMES TEMPLEAUGUST 9, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
If healthy forests are the safe, reliable way to sequester carbon, industrial carbon capture and sequestration is the opposite.
THE BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEAL IS A RETURN TO THE OLD WAY OF POLITICS. THAT’S A PROBLEM FOR THE CLIMATEMICHAEL E. MANNAUGUST 6, 2021TIME
To replace that income, the company is converting the 300,000 acres of forest it owns in the Tongass to carbon sequestration.
HOW PROTECTING THE TONGASS HELPS ALASKA’S ECONOMYWSILERJULY 24, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Congress’s budget sequestration in the 2010s, which limited spending, hit Virginia especially hard.
IS VIRGINIA AN ECONOMIC SUCCESS OR ‘IN THE DITCH?’ DEPENDS ON WHICH CANDIDATE YOU ASK.GREGORY S. SCHNEIDERJULY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If some of the land is later converted to biofuel plantations, sequestration is 3 gigatons.
WHY PLANTING TONS OF TREES ISN’T ENOUGH TO SOLVE CLIMATE CHANGECAROLYN GRAMLINGJULY 9, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
The one that’s probably most exciting is this whole idea around carbon sequestration and carbon markets.
WEYERHAEUSER CEO DEVIN STOCKFISH ON THE HOUSING BOOM, INFLATION AND MONETIZING FORESTS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGEEBEN SHAPIROJUNE 22, 2021TIME
Stockfish is also positioning the company to be a player in the emerging carbon sequestration market.
WEYERHAEUSER CEO DEVIN STOCKFISH ON THE HOUSING BOOM, INFLATION AND MONETIZING FORESTS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGEEBEN SHAPIROJUNE 22, 2021TIME
About half of that sequestration would be cost-effective, meaning enacting the necessary protections would cost less than the consequences of keeping that carbon in the air.
HUMANITY’S GREATEST ALLY AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE IS THE EARTH ITSELFSARAH KAPLANAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO SEQUESTRATION

  • aloneness
  • aloofness
  • beleaguerment
  • concealment
  • confinement
  • desolation
  • detachment
  • exile
  • hiding
  • monkhood
  • privacy
  • privateness
  • quarantine
  • reclusion
  • reclusiveness
  • remoteness
  • retreat
  • seclusiveness
  • segregation
  • sequestration
  • solitude
  • withdrawal
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.