It is He Who has spread out the earth for (His) creatures:
Therein is fruit and date palms, producing spathes (enclosing dates);
Also corn, with (its) leaves and stalk for fodder, and sweet-smelling plants.
Then which of the favours of your Lord will ye deny?"
The earth’s climate is predicted to change because human activities are altering the chemical composition of the atmosphere through the buildup of greenhouse gases – primarily carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. The heat-trapping property of these gases is undisputed. Although uncertainty exists about exactly how earth’s climate responds to these gases, global temperatures are rising.
The greenhouse effect is the rise in temperature that the Earth experiences because certain gases in the atmosphere (water vapour, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane) trap energy from the sun. Without these gases, heat would escape back into space and Earth’s average temperature would be about 60ºF(16ºC) colder. Because of how they warm our world, these gases are referred to as greenhouse gases.
Sunlight enters the Earth's atmosphere,
passing through the blanket of greenhouse gases. As it reaches the Earth's
surface, land, water, and biosphere absorb the sunlight’s energy. Once
absorbed, this energy is sent back into the atmosphere. Some of the energy
passes back into space, but much of it remains trapped in the atmosphere
by the greenhouse gases, causing our world to heat up.
Without the natural “greenhouse effect,” temperatures would be much lower
than they are now, and life as known today would not be possible.
The increase of gas emission began with the Industrial Revolution. Indeed before this period, human activities released very few gases into the atmosphere.But by changing our agricultural and industrial practices. and now through population growth, fossil fuel burning, and deforestation, we are affecting the mixture of gases in the atmosphere.
generally believe that the combustion of fossil fuels and other human
activities are the primary reason for the increased concentration of carbon