Greenhouse gases are chemical elements that can contribute to global warming.
The world is now in a situation that humanity, understanding the harmful effects of pollution, cannot prevent the release of dangerous pollutants. First of all, it is the influence of greenhouse gases formed by increased volume of carbon gas in the surface atmosphere.
Humanity neither now nor in the near future can abandon the use of natural energy sources-coal, oil and gas.
In addition, technogenic emissions from natural processes pollute the air and cause climate warming. Technogenic air emissions consist of tens of thousands of individual substances. These are various solid particles (dust, smoke, soot), carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxide (NO and NO2), various light carbohydrates (CHx) compound phosphorus, sulfide (H2S), ammonia (NH3), chlorine (Cl), fluorine hydrogen (HF), etc.
Since the atmosphere has no boundaries, warming of the climate is spreading and has an impact on all parts of the planet Earth. Thus the regulation of air emissions and the accelerated development of the economy, taking into account the rational use of natural resources, is the task of all the inhabitants of our planet.