“Greenhouse gas emission”, “carbon dioxide levels”, “climate change”, “climate change”, “climate change” are all words persistent in today’s everyday conversation. But what do they really mean? Many of us use these words without knowing their true meaning and seriousness. In recent events, the United States and China announced a historic agreement surrounding those countries own issues on climate change. But we return to the same question, what do those terms mean? And what is their relation to the planet and to us who inhabit it?
What is climate change?
According to the United States’ Environmental Protection Agency, climate change is “any significant change in the measures of climate lasting for an extended period of time.” Drastic changes in the multiple climates throughout the world.
What are greenhouse gas emissions?
The EPA defines greenhouse gases as “gases that trap heat in the atmosphere”. There is not just one greenhouse gas…
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