Which one of the following would slow the rate of increase of atmospheric CO2? A. Building and operating more coal-fired power plants. B. More use of catalytic converters in cars to produce complete combustion. C. Use of hydrogen fuel produced using solar or nuclear energy. D. Conversion of nuclear power plants to methane-burning power plants . E. Clearing and burning the tropical rain forests.

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Which one of the following would slow the
rate of increase of atmospheric CO2?
A. Building and operating more coal-fired power
plants.
B. More use of catalytic converters in cars to
produce complete combustion.
C. Use of hydrogen fuel produced using solar or
nuclear energy.
D. Conversion of nuclear power plants to
methane-burning power plants .
E. Clearing and burning the tropical rain forests.

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