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13 Mar 2008 03:03:06

How Big is a Tonne of CO2?

1 gram of CO2 = 556 ml (a bit less than the volume of a bottle of water)

1 tonne CO2 = 556,000 litres or 556 m3 (about the volume of a 3 bedroom house)

(According to the website http://www.abc.net.au/science/features/carbon/default.htm)

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