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These lovely Loxodontas are as carbon-neutral (plants in, poop out) as the park in which they’re found, Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia.
Photograph by Hanay, courtesy Wikimedia. CC-BY-3.0
- The great news out of Zambia is that the 4,000-square-kilometer (1,545-square-mile) Lower Zambezi National Park is now carbon neutral. What does “carbon neutral” mean?
- Carbon neutrality describes a situation in which a person, organization, or other entity produces (emits) no more greenhouse gases than it consumes.
- This does not mean that the lodges and…
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