|Issue |Sources |Health/Environmental Effects | |Carbon dioxide (CO2) |Burning carbon-containing |The buildup of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other green house gases | | |fossil fuels makes up most |warms the ambiance by absorbing some of the fun loving infrared| | |human-made Carbon dioxide |(heat) light. Some of the temperature in the warmed up atmosphere can be | | |(Berg, 2007). |transferred back in Earth's surface area, warming the land and ocean| | |Land conversions, when tracts |(Berg, 2007). This is a positive effect. | | |of tropical jungle are |However, high degrees of carbon dioxide can displace fresh air and | | |logged or burnt, emit Carbon |nitrogen, which will potentially trigger health problems | | |dioxide. They also collect |(Wisconsin Office of Health Services, 2011). | | |in the atmosphere consequently | | | |of daily human being activities, such| | | |as getting removed from your body | | | |via the lungs in exhaled air | | | |(Wisconsin Office of Health| | | |Services, 2011)....
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