its not called green house gases but yes garbage can hurt the environment.
Green house gases in atmosphere like CO2.
Green House gases work by allowing the Sun's rays into the atmosphere, but don't let them back out. Green-house gases are gases like CO2, Methane and other traces of elements. A small amount is necessary to control the warmth of the overall planet, but if we get to much green-house gas, the planet could begin to warm, which it is. If this is due to green-house gases or not, there is much controversy to the matter.
Greenhouse gases cause greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide is one of them.
Green house gases, such as carbon dioxide.
Ozone itself is a green house gas. There would be no way that green house gases would harm it.
yes, green house gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and others are causes of global warming.
No, carbon monoxide is a pollutant and poisonous, but is not a green house gas.
CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) are man-made gases that are also greenhouse gases.
The global industrial waste and green house gases are not the problem, the issue is 75 percent
the names of green house gases are :- water vapour carbon dioxide methane ozone Any gas with three or more atomes is considered a green house gas. Water vapor makes up about 80% of all green house gas.
yes they are increasing rapidly
when manufactured it gives of green house gases
Green house effect is the hypothesis that certain gases in the high atmosphere hold heat in.
Green house gases, like carbon dioxide and methane, are good in moderation. They act like a blanket, keeping the Earth warm and keeping it from going into the next ice age. However, when there are too many green house gases in the atmosphere we have problems like global warming.
Green house gases protect the earth from the cold and hot extremes of space. The largest percentage of green house gas is water vapor (clouds) There are other green house gases like methane and carbon dioxide. These two gases are in miniscule amounts.
Green house gases are radiatively active gases which allow the solar radiations to pass through but reflect back long wave heat radiations. Example Methane, CO2, H2O etc.