greenhouse effect

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  • noun

Synonyms for greenhouse effect

warming that results when solar radiation is trapped by the atmosphere

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But when he's not consulting on the new eco-suites at the Hotel Monaco in New Orleans or emerald-hunting in Australia with Rosario Dawson, he bunks down in one of his two homes in Pennsylvania's affluent Bucks County: a cozy bungalow on the Delaware River and a midcentury-modern cabin in the forest (the ongoing renovation of which Seo blogs about in the Huffington Post column The Green House Effect.
According to tests, a PEMFC electric car can help protect the environment by replacing diesel in public transportation to help reduce consumption of oil and further reduce the green house effect created by the emission of coal gas from motor vehicles.
America is one of the main countries that produces harmful gases which contribute to the green house effect.
There is a global climate change affecting forests an forestry, one that has little to do with the green house effect.
Washington, July 2 (ANI): Scientists at the Carnegie Institution have said that while scrubbing carbon dioxide from the air could reduce green house effect, the carbon cycle would limit the effectiveness of a one-time effort.
Michaud concluded, "We are very excited about this new relationship as it represents a key milestone for Avensys Solutions as we continue to focus our growth efforts around Green House Effect Gases Monitoring through our Integrated Solutions team.