What does charcoal do to the environment?



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    Charcoal is the product of burning mass amounts of wood into smaller coals that can be lit and burned for loner periods of time. The practice has been used for thousands of years for everything from cooking to smelting to industrial fuel. There is a immense amount of CO2 that is released from the initial burning of the wood and even more released when the charcoal itself is burned. This leads to a lot of CO2 pollution, but also a lot of smoke which is why it is not the favorite fuel of most people.

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