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Green House Effect

Mr. Newsome class

Nam Nguyen

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Green House Effect

Green house effect How does "Greenhouse effect " effects the environment ? How greenhouse gases produced ? Greenhouse effect The Earth is "heating up" The Sun's radiation that hits the Earth will cause the Earth Temperature to rise

To make matters worst, the hot air inside the Earth won't go anywhere, it will keep making the Earth's temperature rises even more because of the greenhouse gases. And everything you need to know about green house effect What is "Greenhouse effect" ? Well, it's all start with the sun.
When the sun's radiation hit our atmosphere, they spread to 2 directions: One is to space and the other is observed by the Earth. Green house effect makes the temperature rises which cause Global Warming

We all know what Global Warming can do to Earth. And every government in the world are trying their best to reduce CO2 emission Greenhouse gasses are the combination of many natural gases:
+Water vapor
+Methane dioxide
+Nitrous oxide Greenhouse effect is a lethal global threat that we must stop.

There are many solution to solve green house effect. However, we all need to do it together to make it happens. Sources:
Klutchenko. Retrieved from http://thecarnotengine.blogspot.com/2011/12/nuclear.html
Davis Guggenheim. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqVyRa1iuMc. BBC. Retrieved from
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20410942 Thanks for listening :3
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