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Greenhouse gases trap heat and cause the atmosphere to warm; human actions increase greenhouse gas content in the atmosphere.

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    Greenhouse Effect

    Greenhouse Effect

    by chris //basic
    Describes different greenhouse gases and how human actions impact the greenhouse effect.
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    Greenhouse Effect

    Greenhouse Effect

    by Don Rahn //basic
    Describes different greenhouse gases and how human actions impact the greenhouse effect.
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    Greenhouse Effect

    Greenhouse Effect

    by Daniel Johnson //basic
    Describes different greenhouse gases and how human actions impact the greenhouse effect.
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    Shrink Your Footprint

    Shrink Your Footprint

    by Eva Pieper //basic
    Reducing the amount of carbon you use is good for the future of our planet. Some engineers are doing their best to see that we all do this.
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