Energy use generates the bulk of the emissions known as greenhouse gases, and among these CO2 is most prominent.
Liquid fuels (such as gasoline) and solid fuels (such as coal) are about even in contributing CO2 into our atmosphere–recent measurements give liquids a slight edge at 36% of CO2 emissions, with solids at 35%.
Both of these are fossil fuels, and thus come from the same source–decayed biomass mined from the earth.
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