Global Warming, Climate Change, and Greenhouse Effect
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Global warming is the increase of average temperature of the earth. Global warming has caused many problems, one of them is climate change. 
Climate change is any long-term significant change in the expected patterns of average weather of a specific region over an appropriately significant period of time. Climate change is the result of human and natural factors, but a the fourth assessment of Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change working groups established that anthropogenic factors ( those originating in human activity ) are responsible for most of the current global warming, with the radiative forcing from anthropogenic sources being over ten times larger than that from all natural components combined.
Both global warming and climate change were caused by unstable greenhouse effect. Greenhouse effect is a natural phenomenon, that trapped dangerous gases that increase the caused by greenhouse gases which have made an effect called greenhouse effect. Greenhouse effect has made gases trapped in the atmosphere, like a glass house which trapped ultraviolet. The greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), water vapour (H2O) in the atmosphere naturally absorbed the radiation in the low atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are gases in our atmosphere that hold in heat, such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. They maintain an average temperature on Earth of 59‘ Fahrenheit or 15’ Celsius.
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