Re-appraise Net Zero Carbon Dioxide Emissions / ICEV Phaseout Policies

The most potent and abundant global warming gas, comprising roughly 2% of the atmosphere – and 95% of the global warming gases present in it – is water vapour. Fortunately as a liquid – in droplet form – the gaseous warming effect of water vapour is very effectively counterbalanced by the cooling influence of its presence as low-level clouds.