Greenhouse Gases –

Our Earth’s Greatest Man

Greenhouse gasses are found to exist at very substantial levels in our atmosphere, and because of this we must take the necessary actions to counteract this problem before it becomes too much of a issue to tackle. A greenhouse gas is merely a gas which contains an atomic mix that can absorb and emit radiant warmth inside the visible infrared spectrum, creating the greenhouse effect. The primary greenhouse gasses in Earth’s atmosphere comprise carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide. While it’s true that those greenhouse gases play play a considerable role in warming Earth’s temperatures, so it’s also true that the vast majority of our global warming happens within the Earth’s upper atmosphere, or even the atmosphere we can see with the naked eye.

Today, scientists have identified a process that they think is responsible for the increased amounts of greenhouse gasses in our atmosphere. This procedure is one they call”ozone hole”. What they mean by this is that as human beings started to produce more carbon dioxide in the air, there was an effort by a number of these chemicals to escape space. This increased the concentration of greenhouse gasses in our atmosphere, and this has continued to increase over time.

So what can we do to reduce greenhouse gasses? One of the ways we could reduce the concentration of the greenhouse gasses in our atmosphere would be by reusing a few of the products we use every day like wood and paper. We could take action to clean up our planet by choosing wisely when it comes to that which we create and consume. Another good way to help stop additional increases in greenhouse gasses would be to use electric-heating methods, turn down your thermostat and use blanket insulation to lower your home’s temperature.