A plant that processes carbon dioxide from the air is a major contributor to global warming, according to a new study.
The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that the plants are also among the most carbon-intensive of all plants.
In the study, the researchers looked at carbon emissions from 1,100 different plant species from six different countries.
They found that each of those species uses about a third of the carbon dioxide that humans emit.
That means, for example, if a plant emits 2,000 tons of CO2, it will emit 2,100 tons of carbon dioxide, which is equal to the emissions of a million people.
The plant’s emissions are not evenly distributed.
The plants that have a higher carbon footprint tend to be the ones that produce more products that use carbon dioxide to make their products, such as fuel.
The greenhouse gas emissions are largely concentrated in those species that are used to make the products of which the plant is a part.
The carbon emissions are also higher in the world’s top carbon emitters: the United States, China and India.
The researchers estimated that the carbon footprint of the world was 2,150 tons per year per plant.
This is the equivalent of a car making about 30,000 gallons of CO 2 per year.
The average human carbon footprint is about 30 tons per person per year, or about 2,500 pounds.
The world has about 1.5 billion people, and the amount of carbon pollution emitted per person has been rising, said Dr. Paul D. Klett, a professor of environmental health and sustainability at the University of Texas at Austin.
“It is a very large amount of CO (carbon dioxide) that is emitted by humans,” Klett said.
“In this study, we looked at emissions of all carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions from the world.
That is an important measure of what is happening.
It does not tell you what is going on in the environment.”
A greenhouse gas is a substance that is released into the atmosphere as a result of burning fossil fuels.
The amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere is known as the “climate sensitivity,” which is a measure of how much warming the planet would be expected to see without any action.
The more warming the world gets, the more the climate sensitivity increases.
The global average climate sensitivity is about 1°C.
In addition to the United Kingdom, China, India and other countries that are major greenhouse gas emitters, the United Nations estimates that there are nearly as many plants in the U.S. that produce carbon dioxide emissions that are higher than those of the plants that emit the greenhouse gases.
The U.N. also says that the emissions from fossil fuels are the most significant cause of climate change.
This week, the International Energy Agency released a report that showed that U.K. coal use was among the highest in the developed world.
The report, titled “Climate Change in a Changing World,” said that the U