Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that naturally exists in our atmosphere. It serves an important function of letting light and heat from the sun through the atmosphere but not letting all the heat escape, creating a relatively stable climate that supports a diversity of life. However, as concentations of carbon dioxide increase in the atmosphere so does the strength of the greenhouse effect, increasing global temperatures. Since the atmospheric and climatic system is quite complex, a rise in greenhouse gases and temperatures could lead to an array of other impacts such as increased severity and irregularity of precipitation events, cooler temperatures in some regions and drought conditions in other regions,
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