Environmentalists in Berkeley, California were victorious late Tuesday when the city council voted in favor of adding climate-change warning stickers to gas pumps in the city, the Associated Press is reporting.
Here is an example of what they might look like:
Supporters are hoping that the labels will "motivate [consumers] to drive less," the report states. It is also noted that the oil-industry lobbying group Western States Petroleum Association is against the addition of the stickers because it could cost businesses up to $20,000 in the first year alone.
San Francisco is green with envy at its neighboring ally in the fight against global warming. The AP is reporting that the city will vote to implement their own warning labels in early 2015.
That sticker will look like this: