Fossil fuels

Fossil fuels are made from decomposing plants and other organisms that are buried beneath layers of sediment and rock that have become carbon-rich deposits over millions of years. These non-renewable fuels include coal, oil and natural gas. They supply the vast majority of the world’s energy and, as such, are the primary contributors to climate change as they release carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

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