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CO2

(language, database)
An object-oriented database language combining C and O2, from GIP Altair, Versailles, France.

[Francois Bancilon et al, in Advances in Object-Oriented Database Systems, K.R. Dittrich ed, LNCS 334, Springer 1988].
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Carbon dioxide is of major concern as it causes the climatic devastation like global warming by increasing the concentration of CO2 in atmosphere, leading to increase of average earth's temperature.
Innovative processes such as the Air Liquide CO2 recovery plant are critical in helping reduce emissions from the electricity generation sector and provide a local source of CO2 for South Australian industry, Mr Vesey said.
So these record-breaking levels of CO2 mean the Earth is going to continue to warm at a rate not seen previously.
According to the company, it plans to initially sell CO2 in the restaurant, travel and leisure markets, where there is expansive use of CO2 for beverages, including soda and CO2 enhanced alcoholic beverages.
These variations indicate that CO2 is a bit-part player to much stronger temperature drivers such as solar irradiance, ocean currents and cloud cover.
It builds on the success of previous experimental data released by DNV GL and can be used by the CCS industry and designers to validate computer simulations used in CO2 pipeline design, thus optimising the design process," he continues.
The CO2 capture system will consist of a flue-gas quencher, absorber and regeneration system, CO2 compression unit, and utility facilities.
Ask a climate scientist: CO2 and temperature Is there any merit to the studies that show that historical CO2 levels lag behind temperature, and not lead them?
Steadily rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations ([CO2]), together with current projections predicting a continuous rise in the next decades, have attracted broad public interest.
Alarmists warn that CO2 levels crossing the threshold of 400ppm will spell certain doom for the human race.
Under the proposed regulation, a technology can be considered an eco-innovation if it is new to the market, contributes to significant CO2 savings and is not otherwise taken into account in determining the level of CO2 emissions from vehicles.
From a distance of several tens of meters mosquitoes detect CO2 which forms part of exhaled air by humans.