No, there are many greenhouse gases, CO2 is merely the most prevalent in the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases also include methane, chlorofluorocarbons, Nitrous Oxides and even things as mundane as water vapor. Many of these, although in much lower atmospheric concentrations than CO2 have much higher heat capturing properties per mass. These properties are referred to as carbon equivalents.
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