Why are Greenhouse gases endangering the Future?

Greenhouse Gases:

Every gas in our atmosphere that keeps our globe warm is a greenhouses gas. When the sun rays go back after striking the earth, it contains the rays such as Infrared and others. Greenhouses gases absorb those infrared radiations and maintain the warm temperature in the atmosphere. The absence of these gases will let all the infrared radiations return in space, and because of no such rays, the atmosphere could no longer be warm. On the other hand, the excessive greenhouse gases will trap the maximum radiation, and global warming will take place.

Mainly, three gases are considered the greenhouses gases which play a pivotal role in the atmosphere. Firstly, carbon dioxide is produced by the burning of things such as fossil fuel, solid waste, plants, trees, the human body, etc. Unfortunately, CO2 concentration is most present in the atmosphere among all the greenhouse gases. After Carbon, methane gas is the second which is produced by the use of natural gas, coal transportation and mining, and the livestock, and other agriculture products. The third gas is Nitrous oxide N2O. It is also emitted by fossil fuels, factories, transportation, and agriculture.

As mentioned that greenhouse gases are necessary for the ecosystem to be sustained. Without these gases, the chances of Ice-age could become high. Thus, nature itself produces greenhouses gases. The tectonic shift, plants, livestock are some factors that caused the natural production of the gases. However, Since Industrialization, Human activities accelerated the excessiveness of radiation of these gases in the atmosphere. The increase in factories and transportation became the reason for burning fossil fuels. There, the greenhouses gases are becoming a threat because these are bringing global warming. Consequently, biodiversity is losing and our earth's ecosystem is in a detrimental future.

Why Greenhouse gases are the major issue?

Naturally, the highest concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere reaches its highest point every 4 million years which caused the temperature rise, but because we already have accelerated the pace of emission, the temperature rise has also been increased. According to IPCC, if the continuous burning of fossil places is taking place, there will rise to 1.5 degrees centigrade by 2030. Owing to the rise in temperature, the earth's ecological system would be disturbed to much extent which will already be destruction. The melting of glaciers will be quick, and forming of new would become gradual thereby the sea level rise, and islands like Maldives and others in the ocean would have to face severe consequences.

The unpattern rainfall, which has already started, will increase further. Humans, plants, animals, and all other species’ lives are depending on the precipitation. The would-be gruesome effects will be seen. The food shortage, flood, droughts, GLOF, will be occurred. Many species will be extinct and impact the whole ecosystem badly.

What if the earth reaches its highest concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere?

This is still a hypothetical question, but as we are going, it could become true. The highest concentration means extreme global warming. Arguably, life on earth would be extinct before the concentration of CO is reaches its highest point. But, assume that it has happened.

Unfortunately, that would be doomsday, the temperature will be so much high that the body will start to burn. The water will evaporate, and the sea will be empty. No rivers, ice, and natural water mean no life. In a nutshell, the earth will be like a second Venus.