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de·car·bo·ni·za·tion

(dē-kar'bŏn-i-zā'shŭn),
Rarely used term denoting the process of arterialization of the blood by oxygenation and the removal of carbon dioxide in the lungs.
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Coalition members commit to measuring and disclosing the carbon footprint of their investment portfolios on an annual basis and to taking action to decarbonize their investment portfolios.
We will not be able to substantially decarbonize quickly or easily - but the sooner we pass legislation that equally balances the interests of our environment, economy and consumers, the better off we all will be.
America's energy history demonstrates that energy substitution occurs over the long term and that the energy marketplace has always tended to decarbonize by choosing cleaner and more efficient fuels, but that as a result of a series of government interventions (1950's - 1970's), our energy system was recarbonized over the ensuing 30 years.
It's important for member states to have flexibility to decarbonize in the most cost-effective way possible.