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Oceans absorb almost a third of global CO2 emissions, but at what cost?


Oceans absorb almost a third of global CO2 emissions, but at what cost?19-03-2019 23:21
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/03/oceans-do-us-a-huge-service-by-absorbing-nearly-a-third-of-global-co2-emissions-but-at-what-cost/
19-03-2019 23:26
Into the Night
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Argument from randU. Using made up numbers does not a convincing argument make.
20-03-2019 04:36
IBdaMann
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Into the Night wrote:
Argument from randU. Using made up numbers does not a convincing argument make.


I bet the oceans absorb less when the CO2 is saturated.


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