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Japan: snow cooling created greater CO2 emissions

An experiment to ship snow from the north of Japan to help reduce the air conditioning load in Tokyo has created CO2 emissions three times greater than the emissions reduction achieved.
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__truncato_root__>An experiment to ship snow from the north of Japan to help reduce the air conditioning load in Tokyo has created CO2 emissions three times greater than the emissions reduction achieved.

Begun in 2012, the experiment  involved transporting snow from the frozen northern ...

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