2011 Nov. 24: Europe: Clean Food, via Clean Fuel

2011 Nov. 24: Europe: Clean Food, via Clean Fuel
Biofuels Digest
Which brings us to black carbon. It’s a residue that comes from incomplete combustion of, say, firewood. Because it absorbs heat and reduces the reflection of sunlight, it is the second-biggest component of global warming after CO2.
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Biofuels Digest
New hope on global warming
New Europe (blog)
Research indicates that black carbon (the soot from inefficient combustion in stoves, fires, engines etc) belongs to a class of substances that have an extremely high global-warming potential. In particular, black carbon absorbs sunlight and radiates
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