Though there do not appear to be any candles that absorb carbon, there are some that can be considered “carbon-neutral”. Candles made of soy and beeswax can be considered neutral because the carbon they emit was only recently absorbed by plants, thus not really creating a net carbon effect. This contrasts with the carbon in traditional paraffin candles, as that carbon has been trapped in the ground for hundreds of millions of years, and is thus truly adding to the already excessive greenhouse gas stockpile.
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