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Why is the rise in greenhouse gases considered harmful? A. uses all the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere B. allows more heat to be trapped in the lower atmosphere C. releases stored energy in the Earth D. damages the light energy that plants need for photosynthesis
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The rise in greenhouse gases is considered harmful because it allows more heat to be trapped in the lower atmosphere.
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The rise in greenhouse gases is considered harmful because it allows more heat to be trapped in the lower atmosphere.
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