According to the “Guardian” report, Cambridge, Massachusetts, will require regional air pumps to post stickers warning of the dangers of climate change, becoming the first city in the United States to perform this task.
According to a report from The Guardian on Friday, the city of Cambridge will require all petrol pumps in the city to display bright yellow labels that read “Burning gasoline, diesel and ethanol will have significant impacts on human health and the environment, including climate change. .”
A municipal spokesperson told the media that these stickers are intended to “remind drivers to consider climate change and hope to consider a pollution-free program.”
Reducing gas emissions by taking public transportation or even restricting the gas pedal is a key way to minimize carbon footprint.
As previously reported by Aylin Woodward of Business Insider, a study published in Scientific Reports earlier this year showed that even if the public works to stop all greenhouse gas emissions, the world will continue Facing climate change and global warming.
According to data from the Rhodium Group, a private economic data company, US greenhouse gas emissions fell by 2.1% last year. Even so, Rhodium stated that there was no net reduction in emission rates between 2016 and 2019.