Air pollution costs society quite a lot, and internal combustion vehicles contribute to at least 29% of CO2 emissions in the US. Electric vehicles make sense: ultimately they save us money and they let us lead healthier lives.
Consider the overall projected cost of “Climate Inaction” – the cost of inaction far outweighs the cost of action:
Electric vehicles help stave off the wider costs of climate change. And climate change isn’t just a wide-eyed, affects-the-rest-of-the-world concept. The macro-effects are already well-documented. It’s here and it’s real, impacting your society and your lifestyle. Kentucky, for instance, will be especially hard-hit by the effects of climate change in the next few years.
Do your part: aim to go electric.