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What role do Greenhouse gases play in Climate Change?

Asked by M. Wright, Last updated: Jul 01, 2020

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D. Loukas

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Answered Dec 11, 2019

A lot of people are familiar with the greenhouse as a place where plants usually grow. This time, the greenhouse effect refers to something that is more negative. The world is usually exposed to a lot of items that are causing the gases to create another layer that will trap the heat on earth.

This can be very problematic because as the earth starts to heat up, the more that there are changes that will occur in the environment. For example, there are certain areas that will start to heat up, so the ice will also melt. This has made the water levels of the oceans on earth to rise. Greenhouse gases may cause more drastic effects if people would continue with what they do.

 

K. Shadrach

K. Shadrach

Answered Dec 05, 2019

The greenhouse gas effect makes it possible for the earth to trap heat instead of allowing the heat to disperse in space. This also allows sunlight to pass so that the earth will get enough sun, but the heat caused by sunlight will not go out from the earth.

This is making the climate of the earth even hotter. As a result, more of the icy areas on earth is starting to melt, and it is making the water levels of the earth rise higher.

There are some areas that may possibly sink because of this development. People are also complaining that it is just hotter everywhere because of the changes in the earth’s climate.

 

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