The Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming
The greenhouse effect is a natural occurrence that is directly affected by human activities such as new industrial processes, more extensive agriculture and a rapid increase in the world's population causing global warming.
To discuss global warming there should first be a clear definition of global warming, what it is from, and what it leads to. The Carbon cycle is a good example of this process. Carbon is basically the key element of life and in all greenhouse gases. Methane for example is more dangerous then others. Methane (C3H8) has been proven to be around ten times worse as a greenhouse gas then carbon dioxide (CO2).
According to the royal society of science the concentration of CO2 has gone up by 90 parts per million (PPM) since the 1800's. Scientists have also tested air bubbles trap