Though there is some natural warming on earth, humans have been the main culprit. Since the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, there has been an increase in carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions. Greenhouse gases that did not exist before the Industrial Revolution, like chlorofluorocarbon, or CFC, and sulfur hexafluoride contribute to excess emissions today. An increase in these gases intensifies the greenhouse effect by destroying the heat exchange balance and allowing greater amounts of heat to stay in the atmosphere and on earth, which raises the temperature near the earth’s surface. In other words, humans have played a huge role in global warming and it’s up to use to reverse our carbon dioxide emissions.
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