We’ve all heard about carbon dioxide – a naturally occurring heat-trapping gas (think respiration). But too much of anything is usually not good. Carbon dioxide, also known as CO2, is the leading culprit behind the greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are warming our planet and contributing to climate change.
There are lots of confusing “carbon” terms in the news these days. In fact, CO2 is just the starting point when it comes to understanding the implications for our world and the many business risks of climate change.
Let’s look together with SAS at 12 carbon terms to see what they mean, how they relate to each other, and why they’re important by clicking here.
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