To describe the climate change phenomenon, terms like global warming and carbon footprint were invented. However, people had by convenience and status become nearly welded to their cars. The C02 continued to soar, the science advanced, and now people talk in terms of carbon footprint offsets.Regardless of facts presented here, many do not understand what is actually happening. Others feel that the personal cost of adopting non-internal combustion transport is too high to shoulder. In this case, we forecast several events taking place before EVs go more mainstream. First, oil shale reserves are likely to be exploited. Second, geoengineering the air will be used to help clean up the mess.


Something like 1 out of 7 people works directly or indirectly for the transport industry. How can something so economically beneficial be hurting us so badly? There are plenty of reasons, but let's look at the easy solutions.

Individuals can start by cutting back on driving. Most people with reliable cars and a little
extra income have gotten used to driving when they feel like it. There is plenty of information these days on how you can combine trips, carpool, take a train, stay at home once a week, ride a
bike, or other options instead of adding more poison to the air.

Another thing you can do is drive an electric car. It is naive to think electric cars have
absolutely no impact on the environment. EVs still need tires and batteries and stir up dust.
However, the combined impact of EVs is a lot less than gas powered cars in comparison,
especially in the critical area of air pollution. EVs may also be able to offer a way out of some
of the extreme social turmoil created by the oil business. - See more at: