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Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Understanding Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions, primarily from human activities, are the leading cause of climate change. These emissions include carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, which trap heat in the Earth’s atmosphere, leading to rising global temperatures, extreme weather events, and severe environmental impacts. Addressing this issue is crucial for a sustainable...

Emissions

The Harmful Effects of Greenhouse Gases on Planet Earth

There are gases in the atmosphere called greenhouse gases that absorb and trap heat. Some of these gases are emitted naturally—for example, methane from wetlands and nitrous oxide from agricultural soil. The primary source of GHGs, however, is human activity, including deforestation, industrial processes, and the burning of fossil fuels...

Carbon Emissions

Where Do Carbon Emissions Come From?

Global climate change is upon us, whether you choose to accept that or not. And carbon emissions are a big part of the climate change conversation. After all, humans emit carbon when they breathe, drive cars, fly in planes, and burn fossil fuels like coal, natural gas and oil for...

Pollution

How Do Those Greenhouse Gases Cause Global Warming?

How do greenhouse gases cause global warming? It’s a common question, with a complex answer. Greenhouse gases trap heat in our atmosphere by absorbing it. Without these gases, most of the sun’s heat would be reflected back into space and life on Earth as we know it wouldn’t exist. All...

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