Global Warming: The Greenhouse Effect (CO2)

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According to The Star (2015), as technologies becoming very advanced, now people are starting to be very dependent towards technological things such as vehicles, machine and industrial activities. This leads us to suffer from many harmful gasses such as greenhouse gasses which primary sources of carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is the primary greenhouse gas release through human activities. In 2013, Carbon dioxide contribute for about 82% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions from mankind activities. Carbon dioxide is naturally present in the atmosphere as part of the Earth 's carbon cycle that is the natural circulation of carbon among the atmosphere, oceans, soil, plants, and animals. Human activities are fixing the carbon cycle
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Carbon dioxide is used commercially in (things that put out fires) and carbonate drinks. Although carbon dioxide happens naturally, it is the most common of those heats up the Earth, man-made and is believed to be a major contributor to worldwide warming. Greenhouse Effect fact sheet with information about worldwide warming. Every time we burn material fire such as gas, coal or oil, carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere. In carbon cycle naturally, carbon dioxide soaked up by the plants at first and points. However, we burn the fire in which carbon dioxide is trapped below the surface of the earth for millions of years, and we do it so quickly that herbs and basic living today do not have the opportunity to soak it up. The impression all this extra carbon dioxide in the (related to the air outside) temperature is that the whole planet is increasing (worldwide warming). When worldwide average temperature increases, the daily stages of climate change in a way that cannot be predicted. To try and reduce the risk of more extreme weather, we need to subtract how much material we burn (something in a rock that lived a long time ago/old, outdated thing)…show more content…
Even without climate change, there is a limit to the available oil, natural gas and coal. 'Green Power ' is the electricity that comes out of these technologies, but is delivered to you in the same way as the "dirty power" from the burning of (coal, natural gas, oil, etc.). That is, under your power lines. You can buy enough to replace your overall energy use, or some piece. The most energy suppliers are now offering this service and will buy energy from green sources equal to what you use. There is also introducing electric cars, which are more popular these days because a lot of requests from the public
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