The increased production of greenhouse gases can be attributed to the industrialization of labor in developed countries such as the United States and China. The burning of fossil fuels for energy to maintain this type of production of goods and services releases many greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, which is widely accepted as a major contributor to global climate change.
People consume energy in their daily lives. While there has been a greater focus on alternative energy in recent years than in the past, there are still nearly 7 billion people on Earth, many of which consume fossil fuels. Most vehicles and homes are still powered by fossil fuels, although some are not. The fact that the coal and oil tycoons out there have a lot of political clout does not help the situation, either.
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