What is a direct result of having greenhouse gases in the atmosphere?
It is supposed that greenhouse gases contribute to global
You cannot stop the greenhouse effect. This is because the greenhouse effect is a direct result of the earth having an atmosphere, most notably because of the atmosphere containing carbon dioxide. I suppose this means that if you really wanted to stop the greenhouse effect, you'd have to remove all carbon dioxide from the air, along with all other greenhouse gases - which would be difficult.
When you talk about the greenhouse affect we are referring to the increase in the temperature of the atmosphere as a result of heat from the sun being trapped by the layer of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This is analogous to a greenhouse that traps heat inside with glass or some type of clear plastic.
No. The greenhouse effect is the process by which certain gasses, called greenhouse gasses, help to trap heat within Earth's atmosphere. This effect has been in place for as long as Earth has had an atmosphere and is necessary for life to exist. Without it, the planet would freeze over. Global warming is primarily the result of an enhanced greenhouse effect, caused by extra geenhouse gasses entering the atmosphere.