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Place Warning Stickers At Gas Stations About Climate Change

The city of Cambridge Massachussetts has decided to warn drivers who filll up their gas tank of the climate effects of burning gasoline.

Bright yellow stickers warn drivers burning of gasoline has ‘major consequences on human health and the environment’

Cambridge, Massachusetts, has become the first US city to mandate the placing of stickers on fuel pumps to warn drivers of the resulting dangers posed by the climate crisis.

The text warns drivers the burning of gasoline, diesel and ethanol has “major consequences on human health and the environment including contributing to climate change”.

The stickers will be placed on all fuel pumps in Cambridge, which is situated near Boston and is home to Harvard University, “fairly soon” once they are received from printers, a city spokesman confirmed.

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The city of Miami should follow the lead of Cambridge Massachussetts and pass an ordinance requiring the gas stations to post similar stickers on all pumps.

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