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This would be a good spot to address pollution as it related to Batteries and electricity production or various Fuels.

See also: WikiPedia:Pollution

IPCC has an excellent, if somewhat depressing, summary of the world transportation situation in their latest 2007 reports just out:
IPCC Fourth Assessment Report - Working Group III Report "Mitigation of Climate Change" - Transport and its infrastructure:
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A Pair of images from Wikipedia:Global warming: W:Carbon dioxide during the last 400,000 years and the rapid rise since the W:Industrial Revolution; changes in the Earth's orbit around the Sun, known as W:Milankovitch cycles, are believed to be the pacemaker of the 100,000 year W:ice age cycle.