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Clean Tech 0 vs. Carbon 1

Santiago Miret, Ph.D. student, materials science & engineering | September 17, 2014

Even though clean energy technologies have experienced substantial rapid growth in recent years, their combined efforts were not enough to prevent the largest single-year increase of atmospheric CO2 release since 1984. In 2013 alone, the atmospheric CO2 concentration jumped by 2.9 parts per million (ppm) to a total of 396 ppm. A consortium of scientists of … Continue reading »