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A Brief Comment on Greenhouse Gasses by City Tech Blogger Irania Vazquez

A major cause of global warming are some of the air pollutants that are emitted into the earth’s atmosphere. There are greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide that make global warming worse. Greenhouse gasses have always been around but with human activity there have been increased levels of these gasses throughout the years. The gasses trap the sunrays emitted onto the earth in the atmosphere, which then cause the warming of the earth. Cars we drive and the polluting fumes released by many factories have these gasses that contribute to the warming. Because of this, there are innovations that are being brought about such as electric cars and a variety of specifications and codes the factories must comply with before releasing carbon filled exhaust into the air

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