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Dear Future Braden,

I am talking to you about greenhouse gases. The greenhouse gas I am doing is methane. 27% of human sources comes from livestock and their waste. If you are wondering how the heck a greenhouse gas works then here’s how “warming of the lower atmosphere of the earth that occurs when radiation from the sun is absorbed by the earth and then given off again and absorbed by carbon dioxide and water vapor in the atmosphere.” I got these straight from my notes. So to shrink it a little all this is saying is heat is being trapped in the lower atmosphere and is being absorbed by CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) and water vapors. So that is how greenhouse gases work. Quick fact: The deforestation rate know is 1.3% each year, hopefully, it has lowered. We cannot get past 2 degrees celsius or 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Your welcome.

Sincerely,

Braden R

 

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