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Sawyer, James D.
February 2008
American Ceramic Society Bulletin;Feb2008, Vol. 87 Issue 2, p56
The author reflects on the difficult task of mitigating carbon dioxide emissions. He implies that efforts to calculate carbon emissions proved to be inefficient as their quantity varies inconsistently. He likewise claims that several people are exerting efforts to mitigate emissions to gain money and to indirectly solve global warming problems.


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