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A '''greenhouse gas''' is [[gas]] that contributes to the theorized [[runaway greenhouse effect]]. Opponents of greenhouse gas emissions support the [[Kyoto Protocol]], a UN-backed treaty to regulate greenhouse gases.
 
A '''greenhouse gas''' is [[gas]] that contributes to the theorized [[runaway greenhouse effect]]. Opponents of greenhouse gas emissions support the [[Kyoto Protocol]], a UN-backed treaty to regulate greenhouse gases.
  
The most important greenhouse gas is [[water vapor]].
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The most important greenhouse gas is [[water vapor]]. Also important aber [[carbon dioxide]], [[methane]], [[nitrous oxide]], and [[ozone]].  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 18:51, 27 April 2007

A greenhouse gas is gas that contributes to the theorized runaway greenhouse effect. Opponents of greenhouse gas emissions support the Kyoto Protocol, a UN-backed treaty to regulate greenhouse gases.

The most important greenhouse gas is water vapor. Also important aber carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone.

See also