We all know that the uncontrolled Green House Effect and Global Warming both are harmful to life on earth. But do you know that these two inter-related and are mutually dependent on each other? Let's read about it through the sets of 10 lines below.
Ten Lines on Green House Effect and Global Warming
1) The greenhouse effect is responsible for maintaining the earth’s temperature to +15°C.
2) Greenhouse gases are responsible for the ‘greenhouse effect’.
3) Important greenhouse gases are water vapour, carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and Ozone (O3).
4) The greenhouse effect provides a warmer climate to the plants.
5) In the absence of the greenhouse effect, the earth’s temperature would have been -18°C.
6) Industrialization use of fossil fuels, pollution etc. release greenhouse gases increasing their atmospheric concentration.
7) The increased concentration of greenhouse gases results in an intensified greenhouse effect.
8) Increased greenhouse effect results in an increased average temperature of the earth as ‘global warming’.
9) Global warming refers to an increase in the surface, environmental as well as the oceanic temperature of the earth.
10) With the present rate of rising earth’s temperature may rise by 1.4 to 1.8 at the end of this century.
1) Greenhouse gases trap the solar heat of the earth and do not let it escape it in space.
2) These gases help in maintaining the temperature of the earth suitable for human survival.
3) Increased proportion of these gases causes extensive greenhouse effect causing global warming.
4) Green House Gases are beneficial until they are in the desired ratio.
5) Burning of fossil fuels, vehicular and industrial pollution are primarily responsible for greenhouse gas emission.
6) Volcanic eruptions and livestock farming also emit a considerable amount of greenhouse gases.
7) The extensive greenhouse effect causes the melting of the polar ice caps raising the sea level.
8) Every year is getting warmer than the previous one.
9) The extensive greenhouse effect or global warming is causing climate change.
10) There has been a 40% increase in the CO2 concentration since the inception of the industrial revolution.
1) The greenhouse effect has contributed to making life possible on earth.
2) Green House Effect is both beneficial as well as harmful if unbalanced.
3) An increase in the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases results in the greenhouse effect.
4) The greenhouse effect is when greenhouse gases trap heat in the earth’s environment.
5) Greenhouse effect and global warming are co-related and latter is only an immediate consequence of the former.
6) Both greenhouse effects and global warming have adverse implications on the environment and species.
7) The greenhouse effect has increased by activities like deforestation and the consumption of fossil fuels.
8) Global warming has caused earth’s average surface temperature to rise by around 1°C since the beginning of the 20th Century.
9) Global warming also results in the rise of the earth’s atmospheric temperature as well as oceanic temperature.
10) This unexpected rise in temperature results in unexpected climatic changes throughout the planet.
1) Global Warming is the greatest disaster in the twentieth century.
2) Greenhouse gases don’t let Sun’s heat to escape the earth’s atmosphere, resulting in an increased temperature level.
3) Green House Gases are very important for the environment.
4) Global warming has severe consequences on the overall environment of the earth.
5) Carbon emission by human activity is responsible for the rise in temperature on the Earth.
6) Greenhouse effect and global warming affect humans, plants, land animals, birds and aquatic animals equally.
7) To eliminate global warming, we must first take steps to reduce the greenhouse effect.
8) The only way of controlling the greenhouse effect is through controlling the greenhouse gas emission.
9) We can reduce Greenhouse gas emission by reducing the carbon footprint of humans.
10) Both the greenhouse effect and global warming can reduce by planting fresh forests and trees.
The surface temperature of the earth is primarily responsible for the existence of life on earth as well as annual climatic changes witnessed around the world. The atmosphere of earth is primarily responsible for maintaining its moderate average temperature of around +15°C. Any change in the atmospheric condition of earth brought upon by any human activity or natural causes might change the surface temperature of the earth, harming life here.