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Leaving aside the fact that termite CO2 production is on few, if any, secondary school syllabuses, its more complicated than that. Termites are not burning fossil fuels. The carbon they produce comes from decomposing wood. This carbon came from the atmosphere, and as the wood rots this carbon will wind up back in the atmosphere whether termites eat it or ...


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If I'm allowed a little pun on this, it seems the press release uses an America-first definition of environment. This is a study of water use for power generation in the US. Despite the shift in source of energy generation, a majority of electricity generation in the U.S. still derives from watercooled systems. Approximately 40% of the total water ...


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