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Catholic Relief Services is poised to prevent as much as 42 million lbs in CO2 emissions after adopt

The global humanitarian organization Catholic Relief Services began implementing a plan to save millions of pounds in carbon dioxide emissions, after adopting a proposal from an award-winning team at Georgia Institute of Technology. The proposal by Michelle Babcock and Rachel Moore — winners of the Spring 2020 Georgia Tech Carbon Reduction Challenge — projected a reduction of 6.28 to 9.35 million pounds of CO2 per year. In comparison, the average passenger vehicle in America is responsible for about 10,000 pounds of CO2 annually. The Georgia Tech student proposal aims to save more than 600 times that amount annually, at least. Over the course of 4.5 years, the plan will save as much as 42 mi


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