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Volume 1 | Issue 3 ©2015 IJIRCT | ISSN: 2454-5988 IJIRCT1201068 International Journal of Innovative Research and Creative Technology 333 The Greenhouse Effect and Its Impacts on Environment Pooja T. Latake Research Scholar, Environmental science Technology Department of Technology, Shivaji University Kolhapur, India Pooja Pawar Research Scholar, Environmental science Technology Department of Technology, Shivaji University Kolhapur, India Anil C Ranveer Assistant Professor, Environmental science Technology Department of Technology, Shivaji University Kolhapur, India Abstract The buildup of so- called “greenhouse gases” in the atmosphere - CO 2 in particular-appears to be having an adverse impact on the global climate. This paper briefly reviews current expectations with regard to physical and biological effects, their potential costs to society, and likely costs of abatement. For a “worst case” scenario it is impossible to assess, in economic terms, the full range of possible non-linear synergistic effects. In the “most favorable” (although not necessarily “likely”) case (of slow-paced climate change), however, it seems likely that the i mpacts are within the “affordable” range, at least in the industrialized countries of the world. In the “third world” the notion of affordability is of doubtful relevance, making the problem of quantitative evaluation almost impossible. Keywords Greenhouse gases, Histroy of Greenhouse gases,sources of Greenhouse Gases,Impacts,and How to reduce Greenhouse effect, conclusion I. I NTRODUCTION Climatologist believe that increasing atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide and other “greenhouse gasses” released by human activities, such as burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, are warming the Earth. The mechanism is commonly known as the “greenhouse effect” is what makes the Earth habitable. These gasses in the atmosphere act like the glass of a greenhouse, letting the sunlight in and preventing heat from escaping. But the human activities have altered the chemical composition of the atmosphere through the buildup of greenhouse gases-primarily carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide.
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