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CO2 removal 'no silver bullet' to fighting climate change-scientists

LONDON (Reuters) - Technologies to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to help tackle global warming only have limited potential and more effort should be made to reduce emissions, European scientists said in a report on Wednesday.
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