Combustion Emissions

A section of C (ISSN 2311-5629).

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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas. Human combustion of coal, oil, and other fossil fuels results in a large amount of carbon emissions, increasing the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. In addition, increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases caused by deforestation and agricultural and industrial expansion have also contributed to global warming in large part. There are many sources of anthropogenic CO2 emissions, with the energy industry, industry, agriculture, and waste disposal among the most important ones. 

Manuscript submissions are encouraged but not limited to the following overarching areas: 

  • Carbon dioxide emissions
  • Carbon dioxide concentration
  • Fossil fuel combustion
  • Net-zero carbon emissions
  • Industrial decarburization
  • Global warming
  • Renewable energy sources

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