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make cleaner vehicles which means more gov't regulations to impose car manufacturers to produce cleaner vehicles. And of course, we cannot forget about the oil companies. More regulations for them as well.
Analysis shows that local emissions from wood stoves, burning distillate oil, industrial sources, and mobile emissions contribute to particulate pollution. For planning purposes, PM2.5 is primarily a concern during the winter months (October through March) when extremely strong temperature inversions are frequent and human-caused air pollution impacts increase. Summertime wildland fire smoke is also a health concern, but is considered natural and uncontrollable.
I'm talking about a federal level, not a state level.
The good news is, human populations are declining compared to past decades. More single people today with no children then before. Maybe that's a good thing, for now.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Blaine91555
Fairbanks doesn't look so good. Doesn't it have a lot fewer people than Anchorage?
Seems there's more to it than population. Does the population of Fairbanks consist of Californians?