A few years ago, the beauty industry was in a panic.
After decades of pollution, the oceans were drying up and the world was heading into an ice age.
The first step in getting the world back to health was to reduce our emissions of CO2.
But while the beauty industries were on edge, many of us had the wrong ideas about how to do it.
Here are some of the myths that came up time and again.
What is CO2?
CO2 is a molecule produced by plants and plants can be made of carbon dioxide.
It is produced in the atmosphere as a by-product of burning fossil fuels.
CO2’s impact on the environment is the biggest driver of climate change.
But as a molecule, CO2 can’t be easily measured, so it’s hard to know what to do with it.
It’s also difficult to calculate what kind of effect it has.
It can’t just be a nuisance, so why bother?
So why do we need to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases?
CO 2 is one of the key drivers of climate changes, according to a report published last year by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
It has been linked to many health problems, such as heart disease, asthma and diabetes.
CO 2 also helps to generate CO2, which in turn drives the climate.
So what can we do?
One of the easiest ways to reduce your exposure to CO2 and its effects is to use a product made from plants that do not produce it.
These products can include plant-based products, such the natural beauty and fragrance oils from plants like rosemary, lavender and thyme, and even those that are derived from animals.
Natural products that have been shown to reduce CO2 emissions include: essential oils such as rosemary and thymes