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A greener champagne bottle

The bubbles in bubbly are  carbon dioxide (CO2). France’s champagne industry wants to cut the 200,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide it emits yearly producing and shipping champagne. It plans to do it by using less glass per bottle, which reduces carbon emissions by 7%, and sllows 2400 more bottles per delivery truck.

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