The sun is where most of our heat comes from, but sometimes it can get a bit too hot. This is a result of greenhouse emissions. Greenhouse emissions are the result of the burning of fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are non- renewable energy sources including coal oil and gas. All of these are sources found underground, and are created using dead organisms. The making of coal uses dead plant organisms whilst oil and gas are created using dead marine life. But to gain possession of these sources you need the once alive organisms to have been crushed down into the ground by millions of years of pressure caused by mounting land masses.
The use of fossil fuels include manufacturing and other chemical related products. The main use of fossil fuels though, would be heating and cooling homes, as well as any other energy related topics.
The greenhouse emissions transmit extremely small particles called greenhouse particles, these can sometimes trap excess heat in to the Earth’s atmosphere. These greenhouse particles are the result of burning and using fossil fuels and this is why scientists are encouraging more business owners, and other citizens and residents to go greener with their usage of electricity and other power sources that may be related to the burning of fossil fuels.