Finland classifies peat as a slowly renewing biomass fuel .  Peat producers in Finland often claim that peat is a special form of biofuel because of the relatively fast retake rate of released CO 2 if the bog is not forested for the following 100 years. Also, agricultural and forestry-drained peat bogs actively release more CO 2 annually than is released in peat energy production in Finland. The average regrowth rate of a single peat bog, however, is indeed slow, from 1,000 up to 5,000 years. Furthermore, it is a common practice to forest used peat bogs instead of giving them a chance to renew. This leads to lower levels of CO 2 storage than the original peat bog.
Boldenone greatly stimulates hematopoiesis. Elevated levels of red blood cells improve oxygen delivery to the muscles. This makes this steroid attractive not only for bodybuilders, but also for track and field athletes. Among bodybuilders, Boldenone is appreciated not only for his ability to promote lean and dense muscle growth, but also for its peculiarity to significantly raise appetite and promote has an incredibly long active life, requiring less frequent injections and is often used as a part of very long cycles.
In the European Union advertising has to show Carbon dioxide (CO 2 )-emission and fuel consumption data in a clear way as described in the UK Statutory Instrument 2004 No 1661.  Since September 2005 a colour-coded "Green Rating" sticker has been available in the UK, which rates fuel economy by CO 2 emissions: A: <= 100 g/km, B: 100–120, C: 121–150, D: 151–165, E: 166–185, F: 186–225, and G: 226+. Depending on the type of fuel used, for gasoline A corresponds to about L/100 km (69 mpg ‑imp ; 57 mpg ‑US ) and G about L/100 km (30 mpg ‑imp ; 25 mpg ‑US ).  Ireland has a very similar label, but the ranges are slightly different, with A: <= 120 g/km, B: 121–140, C: 141–155, D: 156–170, E: 171–190, F: 191–225, and G: 226+.