Many people would argue that the burning of fossil fuels is the largest contributor to climate change. Since the harnessing of the power of fossil fuels, global temperatures have been increasing. This is because the burning of fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide, which, in high concentrations, is a particularly harmful greenhouse gas. Over the past 50 years, when oil passed coal as the number 1 energy source, temperatures have been rising more quickly.
Still, some argue that recent climate change is mostly due to the Earth’s natural oscillation between hotter and colder temperatures.
The largest contributor of global climate change is the invisible carbon dioxide released when coal, oil, and gas are burned. Most other forms of pollution have little to no part in global climate change like most believe.
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