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An example of the kind of land use activity that might be counted under Article 3.4 is "no-till" farming, which limits carbon releases because soils aren't stirred up during planting.
Signs of carbon monoxide poisoning include severe headache, disorientation, agitation, lethargy, stupor, and coma.
Driving the creative trade is concern over climate changes caused by the uncontrolled burning of fossil fuels, like gas and oil, which release heat-trapping carbon dioxide and other "greenhouse gases."
But new research is showing that fertile soil can also act as a carbon sink.
Because of these potential losses, only the most durable carbons are applicable in the mining industry, and considerable attention should be given to the actual durability of the carbon used.
We reduce potential future carbon emissions by: [bar] opening markets for low carbon technologies; [bar] leading industry collaborations to commercialise technologies; [bar] investing in early-stage low carbon companies.
To locate the carbon dioxide-sensing genes, Leslie Vosshall of the Rockefeller Institute in New York and her colleagues worked with Drosophila melanogaster.
Another problem centered on the transfer of carbon black to the main black storage silos directly adjacent to the primary processing building.
Seven years later, continuously processed high-performance carbon yarn, made from a rayon precursor, was commercialized.
The technical literature of the time contained little information regarding the elimination of these defects, soon to be known as "lustrous carbon." Slow, turbulent filling and low-pouring temperatures were reported to aggravate this defect formation.
To position themselves for this new market, Mikro-Tek has teamed up with Pelangio Mines Inc., a Timmins mineral exploration company, forming a joint-venture company called C-Trade, which will market greenhouse-gas carbon emission credits based on this seedling inoculation that increases tree growth.