The most potent (per molecule) gas of the greenhouse gases
The most abundant greenhouse gas
The only greenhouse gas presently decreasing in the atmosphere
The main anthropogenic greenhouse gas produced in the United States
The only greenhouse gas presently increasing in the atmosphere
Fossil fuel use
Is located in the thermosphere
Is beneficial in the troposphere
Is essential for life on earth
Is caused by the release of fossil fuels
Burns up meteors
Absorbs solar radiation
Produces solar radiation
Absorb incoming ultraviolet radiation.
Absorb infrared radiation released from Earth’s surface, which later warms Earth’s surface.
Trap air in the troposphere and warm the Earth.
Are translucent and glassy in appearance.
Deplete in the troposphere
Are earth friendly
React with ozone
None of the above
78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% argon
70% nitrogen, 29% oxygen, 1% argon
78% hydrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% argon
78% oxygen, 21% hydrogen, 1% argon
To protect biodiversity and end the deforestation of the world’s rainforests
To keep global temperature rise well below 2℃ pre-industrial levels and to pursue a path to limit warming to 1.5℃
To limit sea level rise to 3 feet above current levels
To pursue a goal of 100% clean, renewable energy