In the contemporary times, there has been a significant increase in global temperatures. Various natural and human factors have contributed in bringing considerable climatic changes all around the world. Industrial development, agricultural advancement, and progression in transportation system are largely blamed for the production of natural greenhouse gases. In addition, the chlorofluorocarbons and related pollutants also supplement the thermal blanket. For these reasons, it is commonly accepted that the increase in global temperatures and subsequent climate changes are the outcomes of increased masses of greenhouse gases. Climate changes that are observable and apparent include rise in Continue reading...