Factories cause gases to be emitted into the atmosphere which affect the environment.
Towns and other areas with a high population emit many greenhouse gases through daily activities such as driving or using public transportation.
Trucks burn fossil fuels as gas which emits more greenhouse gas into the atmosphere, greatly affecting the environment.
These gases travel through the atmosphere, negatively affecting the environment and the biosphere.
Factory gases and burned fossil fuels
The gases travel through the atmosphere. In this example the gases are finding their way to the ocean which can cause problems for marine life and aquatic plants.
The gases heat the ocean and cause the ocean to acidify. Acidification of the oceans cause marine animals to die and decrease in population. It also causes reefs to collapse and causes habitats to be unfit for living creatures.