Why is controlling greenhouse gases a difficult problem?


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Controlling greenhouse gases is a difficult problem when concentrations of CO2 are usually regulated through numerous processes known as “the carbon cycle,” with carbon moving between air, land and oceans and dominated by natural processes, like plants and trees, which can absorb CO2. The Earth’s imbalance between emission and absorption reflects the continuing growth of CO2 and other greenhouse gases as well as the loss of plant and forest cover.

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