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The Carbon Footprint of Charcoal

Trees and other plant materials use the sun’s energy to take carbon dioxide or CO2 from the air and turn it into wood. When wood is truned into fuel such as charcoal, the CO2 originally absorbed by the tree is released again into the atmosphere. Trees use the energy from from the sun to take CO2 from the air and turn it into wood. When wood is converted into fuel such as logs and charcoal, the CO2 originally absorbed by the tree is released again into the atmosphere. The carbon dioxide that is released from burning wood is the same amount that was absorbed from the atmosphere during the growth of the trees.



11/28/2018 0 Comments
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