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“However, tapping each of these carbon-rich reserves is using three to four times more water than the conventional oil and gas reserves they are replacing.”
“Â The brown waste is comprised of carbon-rich material and is from flower and grass clippings, leaves, paper, twigs, and other yard waste.”
“The soil in developing countries is furthermore often assumed to be carbon-rich and thus a significant emitter of carbon dioxide, but the study shows no such link at current production levels.”
“Among the oldest objects in the solar system, such carbon-rich asteroids may hold water and important ores, as well as clues to the molecular origins of life on Earth.”
“Metallurgical coal is baked to produce coke, a carbon-rich material that steel companies smelt with iron ore in the steelmaking process.”
“In an old coppiced wood, you may find the platforms on which the charcoal-makers heated the cut branches over several days, keeping out the oxygen to turn them into the precious carbon-rich fuel.”
“AMSTERDAM — New satellite imagery shows Malaysia is destroying forests more than three times faster than all of Asia combined, and its carbon-rich peat soils of the Sarawak coast are being stripped even faster, according to a study released Tuesday.”
“AMSTERDAM mdash; New satellite imagery shows Malaysia is destroying forests more than three times faster than all of Asia combined, and its carbon-rich peat soils...”
“In reality, all limestone landscapes are like that: rain acting on carbon-rich sedimentary rocks sculpts magic worlds underground.”
“They did not want to buy products that come at the cost of Indonesian rainforests and carbon-rich peatlands.”
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