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Enhanced Greenhouse Effect Paragraph -Consequences, Effects & Solution

Write a continuous paragraph or short note on greenhouse effect by answering the following questions:

(a) What do you mean by greenhouse effect?

(b) What is the enhanced greenhouse effect?

(c) How is it created?

(d) What is the impact of greenhouse effect and who are the affected?

(e) What would be the solution of greenhouse effect and the measures you prefer to stop it?

Consequences of Greenhouse Effect

Greenhouse effect is one of the deadly threats to the ecological balance of our environment. Greenhouse effect means the gradual rise of heat in the atmosphere and the enhanced greenhouse effect caused by an increase of gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulphide, nitrous oxide etc. in the air surrounding the earth. Consequences of greenhouse effect warns global warming and the temperature in our lovely earth is getting rise one degree in every one hundred years. The destruction of forests, the burning of fossil fuel and wood, the use of detergents, CFCs and other chemicals are mainly causing greenhouse effect. It destroys the ozone layer and affects world's atmosphere and its denizens. Now, due to greenhouse effect, the world is getting warmer day by day. As a result of it, the polar ice caps will melt and the sea levels will rise and will submerge the low-lying countries like the Egypt, the Maldives, Singapore, Malaysia and Bangladesh. Besides, human beings will lose their ability to grow food and the wildlife will be endangered due to greenhouse effect. As the solution of greenhouse effect, we need to stop deforestation, to curb the indiscriminate growth of industries, to devise an eco-friendly power source and to reduce the use of fossil fuel to the optimum extent.

Word-note: deadly- lethal/fatal (মারাত্বক); threat- menace(হুমকি); gradual- step-by-step (পর্যায়ক্রমিক); denizen- occupant (বাসিন্দা); submerge- inundate (প্লাবিত করা); wildlife- wild animals(বন্যপ্রাণী); endangered- in danger of extinction (বিপদাপন্ন)।


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