We all know that global warming is caused by excessive greenhouse gases such as co2 in the atmosphere, so why do these gases cause a “greenhouse effect”?

co2 Trivia:Why does carbon dioxide cause a "greenhouse effect"?
co2 Trivia:Why does carbon dioxide cause a “greenhouse effect”?

This is because co2 absorbs little solar radiation, but absorbs the ground radiation strongly, which is very similar to the “greenhouse” in agriculture – the greenhouse is made up of large areas of glass (or transparent plastic film), shortwaves of the sun. Radiation is easy to pass, and the heated room emits long-wave radiation but is not easily scattered through the glass. In the “greenhouse effect”, the glass is filled with co2, so the earth will slowly heat up as if it were in a greenhouse.

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