The term "greenhouse effect" refers to the rise in global temperatures brought on by the trapping of heat by greenhouse gases. Methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, and others are examples of greenhouse gases.
Because of the greenhouse effect, fertile land is destroyed due to soil erosion.
Soil erosion brought on by the greenhouse effect lowers agricultural output. The greenhouse effect causes temperature to rise, which causes global warming. The greenhouse effect also affects the world's climate. The greenhouse effect has caused the water level to rise as well, which is bad for the aquatic ecology and marine life.
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