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Old 04-16-15, 10:03 PM   #7
natethebrown
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Originally Posted by Leafgreen View Post
Cooking with wood is not "carbon neutral". You are referring to carbon emissions into the air. Yeah, wood contains carbon. But if you throw a log into a forest, it won't end up as smoke in the air, unless it gets burned.
Trees absorb carbon from the air. Burning wood is a rapid release of this carbon that was absorbed. Burning wood is essentially carbon neutral.
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