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We are (almost) all committed to combatting climate change by achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the UN-set target which is now enshrined in UK law. But that is different from achieving absolute zero emissions. “Net zero” means as much greenhouse gases (mainly carbon dioxide) are taken out of the atmosphere as are put in. While most human activities – primarily burning fossil fuels – emit carbon dioxide, there are other activities that produce “negative emissions”, taking carbon dioxide out. Indeed, nature left to its own devices is carbon negative – since life started 3.5...

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