Climate change is something we all worry about. We know that the use of fossil fuels such as oil and gas have a significant impact on climate change, but the effect of using these fuels could be greater than we realised.

What causes climate change?

The greenhouse effect describes a warming of the globe due to heat from the sun being trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere. Certain gases in the atmosphere block the heat and prevent it from returning to space: the higher the concentration of these gases, the more effectively they block the heat which consequently warms the Earth.

Gases that contribute to the greenhouse effect include:

  • Water vapour (H20)
  • Nitrous oxide (N20)
  • Methane (CH4)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

To a certain extent, climate change is a natural process. However, it is becoming more and more obvious that the actions of humans are drastically contributing to the greenhouse effect. For example, carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide are both released when fossil fuels are burnt. The more fossil fuels we burn, the worse the effect.

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