pertaining to or having achieved a state in which the net amount of carbon dioxide or other carbon compounds emitted into the atmosphere is reduced to zero because it is balanced by actions to reduce or offset these emissions: Since the administration installed solar panels, the campus has become carbon neutral;
a carbon-neutral brewery.
Google, for one, has gotten plenty of press about its four-year-old ambition to become a carbon-neutral company.
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See carbon neutral
emitting no carbon dioxide into the atmosphere; also, employing a technique to absorb carbon dioxide so it is not emitted; also written carbon-neutral , carbonneutral
Becoming carbon neutral is usually achieved by implementing renewable energy projects that offset the amount of carbon dioxide emissions, such as planting trees which absorb CO2.
carbon neutrality, n
a program in which a company, country, etc., reduces or offsets its carbon emissions through the funding of activities and projects that improve the environment: Carbon offsetting does not always have a quantifiable impact on the planet.
phosgene. a poisonous, colorless, very volatile liquid or suffocating gas, COCl 2 , a chemical-warfare compound: used chiefly in organic synthesis. noun a colourless easily liquefied poisonous gas, carbonyl chloride, with an odour resembling that of new-mown hay: used in chemical warfare as a lethal choking agent and in the manufacture of pesticides, dyes, and […]
paper faced with a preparation of carbon or other material, used between two sheets of plain paper in order to reproduce on the lower sheet that which is written or typed on the upper. Also called carbon tissue. a paper for making photographs by the carbon process. noun a thin sheet of paper coated on […]
a method of making photographic prints by the use of a pigment, as carbon, contained in sensitized gelatin. noun a photographic process for producing positive prints by exposing sensitized carbon tissue to light passing through a negative. Washing removes the unexposed gelatine leaving the pigmented image in the exposed insoluble gelatine