When we talk about greenhouses gases, a lot of the conversation usually focuses on capturing and reducing carbon dioxide. But what about all of the other greenhouse gases and how do they contribute to global warming? Andrew C. Revkin of the New York Times and Seth Fletcher, Senior Associate Editor of Popular Science introduce us to those lesser known greenhouse gases – and explains what they are, how you find them and what we can do about them. Plus, a look at the recent climate change conference held in Copenhagen.
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