What happens when fossil fuels are burned?


When you burn fossil fuels, a lot of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere. This is because these fuels have a very high carbon content, which then becomes a by-product of burning them. Other gases produced and released into the atmosphere cause acid rain, which damages crops and makes soil infertile.
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