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Chemistry of carbon dioxide toward carbon neutrality

Author(s): Daniel Bernard

Scientists and others are gravely concerned about the abrupt rise in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide. Obviously, reducing CO2 will be excellent for saving the planet in the future, but the main disadvantage to implying this is the growing population and its associated possessions. Even though the Covid-19 pandemic briefly lowered CO2 levels in the last two years, levels are still at an all-time high. It is obvious that the ecosystem and biodiversity are greatly impacted by this high concentration. To put the globe on the correct track by reducing the CO2 concentration, every nation must take immediate action. Developed nations have adopted intention to close coal-fired power stations and begin construction of renewable energy facilities. China has said that it will double its military spending as soon as September 2020
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