How much does cigarette smoke add to global warming?



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    Perhaps more important than the cigarette smoke itself is the process of making the cigarettes. Growing the tobacco, processing it, putting in other chemical additives, packaging the cigarettes, and transporting them all require energy and emit greenhouse gases. Nevertheless, cigarette smoke does itself contain carbon dioxide and methane. It’s been estimated that 2.6 billion kg CO2 and 5.2 billion kg methane is released yearly by cigarette smoke.

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