Burning fossil fuels is the globe’s vital source of human-caused greenhouse gases and the primary cause of climate change in several regions of the world. Warming caused by burning coal in a power plant can be reflected in the atmosphere within 95 days—the time it takes for the emissions released from the plant to trap enough heat to exceed the amount generated from the plant itself, according to the study. That process takes 124 days for a crude oil-fired power plant and 161 days for a power plant burning natural gas. Emissions from burning a lump of coal or a gallon of gas have an effect on the climate 100,000 times greater than the heat given off by burning the fossil fuel itself.
Let’s hope individuals awareness regarding Global Warming greatly change by following simple habits such as growing plants, using bicycles and prepare to walk for short distances not using automobiles.
Decision sets on you for the future flying colors.