Carbon Dioxide It's Everywhere But It's Odorless And You Can't Really See It But It's There Anyways It Can Be A Good/Bad To The Us, Human, Ect....
How Does It Affect Humans And the Ecosystem?
Well. It's Colorless and Odorless It's Also Called CO2 It's Part of The Green House Effect Which It's A System That Helps The Earth By Heating The Atmosphere. Which Is One Of The Green House Gases Which The Rest Are Water Vapor, Methane, Nitrous Oxide, And Ozone
How Does It Affect Human And The Ecosystem? Continued....
So Basically Carbon Dioxide It's A Primary Pollutant But It's Also A Greenhouse Gas So it's Both. Where Does It Come From? Well, Naturally It Comes From Human And Natural Sources Which For Human Sources: Burning Fossil Fuels, Deforestation, Cement Production, And Ect. (There's More But It's A lot) For Natural Sources: Forest Fires, Decomposition, Volcanic Eruptions, And Ect. (There's A lot more But Too Much)
How Can We Reduce Carbon Dioxide?
So Basically It Works By Letting Sunlight To The Heat Up The Earth And Prevents Some Of The Sun's Heat From Radiating Back Into Space Which Warms The Planet. SO We Need It But If We Have Too Much Carbon Dioxide It'll Heat Up The Atmosphere Which Could Affect Us And The Environment Which Some Examples For Human: It Can Cause Headaches, Sweating, Loss Or Shortness Of Breath And Ect. For The Environment: Global Warming, KIll Or Affect The Plants And Ect.
If We Don't Lessen Carbon Dioxide Emissions We Could Get Sick, Die, Or In Anyway Get Affected By Human Health Or For The Environment It Will Bring More Air Pollution And Make More Global Warming Which Will Bring Poor Air And Mess Up Oxygen. Heat.
We Can Reduce Carbon Dioxide: Less Heat And Air Condition, Replace your Light bulbs, Buy Energy-Efficient Products And Ect. If we do these things, then... We'll Have Lesser Air Pollution, Global Warming, Not Many Health Problems For Humans, Environment, And Plants