The most common way that people increase the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is by burning fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil) for energy. In 2002, carbon emissions from energy consumption accounted for 82% of all greenhouse gas emissions. This includes using cars or other vehicles that run on gasoline, electricity that comes from coal-fired power plants, and building heating systems that rely on fossil fuels.
Deforestation is also a huge problem for emitting greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. Trees store carbon, and as they are being cut down all of that carbon is being released back into the atmosphere. So not only are we losing our carbon absorbers, but an extreme amount of carbon is also being released back into the air.
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