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249. The Chemistry of Climate Change

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This Chemistry Factsheet will allow you to:
• Describe the greenhouse effect.
• Explain why the greenhouse effect is vital to life on Earth.
• Describe the role of greenhouse gases in maintaining Earth’s temperature climate.
• Understand global warming potentials of gases.
• Describe the sources of greenhouse gases including carbon dioxide and methane.
• Predict the consequences of increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases.

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April 2016

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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