The industrial revolution is the substantially beginning of the era of energy consumption, burning of fossil fuels, and emission of carbon dioxide that are continuously declining the quality of air in the environment and increases global warming (All About Global Warming; Global Warming 101, 2007).
Transportation is one of the greatest contributors to the global warming from last five decades.
This affects the living mechanism of human beings and cause Global Warming (All About Global Warming).
Electricity generated from the various means such as hydro electric dams, solar power, wind generators, geothermal power and any other means which releases carbon dioxide in the environment.
During the 1700s and 1800s, some drastic changes took place in the daily lives of individuals and these changes in the economy occurred because of the development of industrialization globally.
These changes termed as Industrial Revolution in the economy was a turning point in the world that has negative consequences over the population.
The increase in the temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and the troposphere influence the changes in the climate.
Carbon dioxide emitted due to the burning of fossil fuels which usually trap heat.
They are: 1800-1870: The first industrial revolution occurred and measured carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.
1896: Global warming was calculated for the first time due to the emission of carbon dioxide witnessed on a global scale.