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carbon neutral

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarbon neutralˌcarbon ˈneutral adjective  if an organization or activity is carbon neutral, it takes the same amount of carbon dioxide out of the air, for example by planting trees, as it produces. This is done in order to avoid harming the environment Costa Rica wants to be the first developing country to become carbon neutral.From Longman Business Dictionarycarbon neutralˌcarbon ˈneutral adjective cancelling the effect of the carbon gases that your activities produce, by planting trees, supporting the production of green electricity etcHSBC is the first big bank to commit to going carbon neutral, as it seeks to reduce its environmental impact.
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