Category:Fossil fuels

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'''Fossil fuels''' such as coal, natural gas and oil are derived from organic matter and contain carbon. When burnt, fossil fuels emit carbon dioxide which is a greenhouse gas. There is no such thing as "clean fossil fuel", although some (such as natural gas) emit less carbon dioxide than others (such as coal). '''Fossil fuels''' such as coal, natural gas and oil are derived from organic matter and contain carbon. When burnt, fossil fuels emit carbon dioxide which is a greenhouse gas. There is no such thing as "clean fossil fuel", although some (such as natural gas) emit less carbon dioxide than others (such as coal).
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Fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas and oil are derived from organic matter and contain carbon. When burnt, fossil fuels emit carbon dioxide which is a greenhouse gas. There is no such thing as "clean fossil fuel", although some (such as natural gas) emit less carbon dioxide than others (such as coal).


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