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Greenhouse Effect

Greenhouse effect is the most-talked-about issue at the moment all over the world. There are many causes behind greenhouse effect but the most regretful thing is that most of the causes are created by human beings. It is directly associated with the rise of global temperature. Climatologists predict that greenhouse effect is the most likely cause of global warming.

Greenhouse effect is the gradual rise in temperature of the atmosphere surrounding the earth because of the heat of the sun being trapped by environmental pollution. This is caused by the destruction and burning down of tropical rain forests, by traffics that clog up city streets, by the rapid growth of industry, the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in packaging and manufacturing commercial products, the use of detergents such as washing powder and washing-up liquid and so on.

The oceans are also said to be affected both because of human waste and because of pollution caused by industrial waste products, oil leaking from destroyed supertankers and from other maritime disasters. However, the main elements responsible for global warming are CO2 gas, produced by the burning of fossil fuels and forests, and pollutants such as methane and CFCs.

The effects of greenhouse effect cannot be described in words. It has destructive and devastating effects. Climatologists predict that midway through the 21st century, temperatures may rise by as much as 4°C. The effect of greenhouse is a great threat to the human and animal lives. This will catastrophically reduce mankind's ability to grow food, destroy or severely damage wildlife and wilderness, raise sea levels, and thereby submerge coastal areas and farmland.

The alarming news about Bangladesh is that because of the rise of the sea level, the lower southern part of the country may one day go under water. The climate change is impeding the efforts of the least-developed countries. Action must be taken to reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases for both industrialised and developing countries. Afforestation or tree plantation can save our environment, which is the direct victim of the global warming.
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