- vehicular exhaust
- industrial manufacturing exhaust
- fossil fuel burn exhaust
If just the most obvious things are addressed - that is some good progress.
I sometimes wonder if the climate change discussion is a huge big "red herring" invented by large manufacturing/energy business.
You complicate and convolute the thing on purpose so that more simple and obvious things do not get addressed due to "complications".
Who immediately wins from doing nothing?
Well, everyone - kind of wins (and it shows right on this forum - everyone is better off by doing nothing - in short term).
(But just like everyone kind of wins from latest tax cuts - except some win $50 and the others win $50000000...).
So, those who win the biggest - those people actually drive the discussion (quietly, but they do).
Meanwhile, the execs just keep laughing all way to the bank, and eventually happily retire to their private Caribbean islands.
And so it goes....
The "red herring" thing works too well.
But cutting the pollution is really simple (unpopular - yes; but still simple - jack the prices up).
PS: google up how the sugar industry invented the big, bad fat stories (and low-fat diet diversions, etc, etc) and sold it for generations (just so the sugar dangers stayed under the radar - a classic red herring);
the sugar execs kept laughing all way to the bank for good old time; and still do..
OK, here are quick links about you proactively and thoughtfully shift the blame and convolute things for your own gain: