NED University of
Engg. & Tech.
Aban Jo Tar School
Ahsan Shah Jo
The Cowasjee School
Jaman Samoon School
Jeando Dars School
Kharo Jani School
SM Public Academy
|Prof. Dr. Saad Ahmed Qazi||Dean,
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering
|Engr. Muhammad Saqib||Assistant Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering
|Dr. Majida Kazmi||Assistant Professor,
Computer and Information Systems Engineering
|Dr. Junaid Akhlas||Assistant Professor,
Polymer and Petrochemical Engineering
|Dr. Atif Mustafa||Associate Professor,
Department of Environment Engineering
|Engr. Syed Muhammad Zahid||Sr. IT Manager,
Department of Electrical Engineering
Every time you use a fossil fuel, which is a natural fuel or energy source, like coal or gas, you create a gas called carbon dioxide. Most scientists believe that carbon dioxide and other gases like it are contributing to global warming or the slow climate change of our planet. Global warming causes lots of problems for animals and people.
People use electricity in their homes to turn on lights, plug in kitchen appliances like a toaster or a microwave, and even watch TV or play video games. When you use electricity in your home, you are not creating carbon dioxide, but the power plants that create your electricity do emit carbon dioxide. Power plants that use coal for energy create the most carbon dioxide.The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that electricity is responsible for the largest part of most carbon footprints.
The EPA says that gas heating is the second largest source of carbon dioxide emission. Most homes use oil, natural gas, or electricity to heat their home in the winter, and all of these sources create carbon dioxide. The amount of carbon dioxide that each family uses depends on how high they run the heat and what kind of fuel they use.
Trash can contribute to your carbon footprint. The EPA thinks that for every pound of trash you throw away, you create one pound of greenhouse gases. As it decays, trash creates carbon dioxide and methane, which is another type of greenhouse gas.
Cars are another thing that contribute to your carbon footprint. This happens because the gas that your car uses to run produces carbon dioxide.Cities with lots of car pollution have air that is hard to breathe. car pollution Other forms of transportation, like buses, trains, and planes, also increase a carbon footprint.
NED University of Engineering & Technology
Engro Foundation 8th Floor, Harbor Front Building
Marine Drive, Clifton Block 4, Karachi, Pakistan
Phone: (021) 111 211 211