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The Origins of Greenhouse Gases
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They don’t just come out of thin air (even though that’s where they reside). Here are some of the most common sources of GHGs.

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  • Laura A. 2 years ago
    Yes
  • Jenn S. 3 years ago
    I’m glad I get learn how to lower my footprint
  • Nicole C. 4 years ago
    Yes! It was definitely informative and educated me on some new information on this subject. Thank you.
  • Amy S. 4 years ago
    I definitely was surprised at some of the percentages. I expected residential use to be much higher. And, I've heard a lot about transportation being a big player,but didn't think it would be THAT high of a number! VERY eye-opening..
  • Floyd G. 4 years ago
    I didn't realize that agriculture was a significant contributor to GHGs. My concern are the landfills that emit the methane gases etc into the atmosphere.
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