What is a carbon sink? Carbon sinks are defined as reservoirs containing biomass (living organic matter) or necromass (dead organic matter or otherwise the waste produced by living things) that absorb carbon. In our biosphere, the different carbon sinks are forests, soils and oceans. Today, we can say that there are natural wells like those mentioned above but also artificial…

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Since 1865, our CO2 emissions into the atmosphere have increased from 1,600 million tonnes to 36,000 million tonnes per year. Despite our many efforts, this number is still not decreasing because the reduction efforts put in place can not compensate for the growth and increase in the population. There are now many large-scale projects that aim to reduce our impact…

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