Carbon dioxide (CO2)
What is Carbon dioxide (CO2)?
One of the prevailing greenhouse gases naturally present in the atmosphere and emitted as a result of fossil fuel, wood and solid waste combustion. Excess of CO2 results in global temperature rise, which leads to such natural disasters as flooding rains, deadly heat waves, wildfires, droughts, and extinctions. Starting from the first industrial revolution, the carbon dioxide content in the air has grown by more than 40 percent.