Carbon Dioxide, Methane, and Nitrogen Oxide are the common
chemicals that contribute to global climate phenomena. Humans through the
course of their lives create excessive amounts of greenhouse gases that
directly impact the Earth’s temperature.
Every time something burns, carbon dioxide is released into
the atmosphere. Fossil fuels used in cars and planes are the main cause of carbon
dioxide emissions. Methane is produced when bacteria break down organic matter
free of oxygen. Humans and animals both have digestive processes that are
released into the air, increasing landfills and farming contributes to the rise
in the temperature of the earth. As the population grows, the demand for food
also goes higher. Nitrogen oxide is released into the air when farmers use
nitrogen fertilizers to speed the growth of crops in fields. All of these
factors contribute highly to the global climate phenomena. It is mostly
human-induced behaviors that are causing the earth’s deterioration.