Impact of carbon on Climate change
The climatic change is also known as Global Warming that occurs when there is a long-term change in temperature all around the Earth’s surface. The reason for this climatic change is due to the high exposure of carbon-dioxide on earth. The reason for the impact of climatic change is CO2 is a greenhouse gas that absorbs the heat and releases gradually over the earth’s land and ocean surface. Emission of CO2 gases increases every year than other heat-trapping gases. And if this rate keeps on increasing, then a greater risk of irreversible change occurs in the climate.
Many analysts have proven that the emission of carbon-dioxide is because of human beings who burn fossil fuels like coal and oil which blows CO2 much faster into the atmosphere. This lies as the reason behind the average global temperature which has been climbing to the peak rate in the last few decades. There is a connection between the climatic change and global warming by means of many atmospheric gases including CO2. These gases absorb the earth’s heat energy and radiate downward, warm the surface, and lowers the atmosphere. If this absorption of heat increases, then the radiation is reflected back to the Earth.