carbon dioxide CO2 is a potent greenhouse gas ghg.

ghg hello_ burning creates ghg

toxic gases that we put in the atmosphere are creating a greenhouse effect, which is warming the planet. The sun's light shines onto the surface, while the gases trap the heat that reflects back from the surface inside the Earth's atmosphere. The greenhouse gases absorb the infrared radiation energy. This warming climate will eventually make the Earth uninhabitable. The world is getting hotter and hotter by the year.

ghg: CO2, CH4, and N2O

the Earth's troposphere (the lowest layer of the atmosphere) is filled with a combination of gases, which are normally just doing their thing. The problem now is that the troposhere is filled with noxious greenhouse gases ghg from the coal-powered machines and gasoline engines.

global warming is the result of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. def. caused or produced by humans.

carbon dioxide CO2 is smog 
methane CH4 is super toxic  
nitrous oxide N2O  
ozone O3  
and water vapor 

ghg is produced by humans burning fossil fuels: oil, gas and coal. We are leaking dangerously high levels of methane into the atmosphere. We have made the air so bad that it traps heat in the atmosphere causing global warming, a global emergency.

global levels of carbon dioxide CO2 passed 400ppm. 100ppm is a healthy level, and 300ppm is a hazardous concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. We have exceeded all levels of global greenhouse gas emissions.

world's largest emitters of ghg

China's greenhouse gas emissions exceeded world: China 27%, US 11%, India 6.6%, EU 6.4%

burning fossil gas produces CO2

gas stoves and ovens produce carbon monoxide CO. Carbon monoxide from your gas kitchen range is the common cause for elevated concentrations in the home.

as the gas burners operate they consume oxygen and emit carbon dioxide and water vapor. After a period of time, the oxygen level in the area begins to drop and the flames consume more carbon dioxide and begin generating large quantities of carbon monoxide.