I don’t see a list of possible “following ways”, but I can give you a list of human actions that produce greenhouse gases. First of all, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane and fluorinated gases are all contributors to the greenhouse effect. Below is a compilation of some common ways people increase the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
*Extracting fossil fuels
*Burning fossil fuels
*Burning agricultural fields
*Decaying organic waste (in landfills)
Some ways people increase greenhouse gases in the atmosphere include agricultural practices, driving cars, using a lot of energy, making and purchasing products with a lot of packaging waste, buying in excess items that aren’t needed, etc. It is natural that we will all contribute some greenhouse gases, but we can contribute less by being more conscious of not buying and using what we do not need. Turning off lights when not in use, carpooling or going multiple places in one car trip, eating less meat, buying less items we don’t need, buying more products locally, recycling more, etc.
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