- Display a false indication on a big, bright meter directly in front of the operator's face and watch the control room team zoom in on this (fake) problem, while some other (real) problem develops in some less conspicuous area of the panel or console.
"WHO estimates more than 2 million people die every year from breathing in tiny particles present in indoor and outdoor air pollution."
"In both developed and developing countries, the largest contributors to urban outdoor air pollution include motor transport, small-scale manufacturers and other industries, burning of biomass and coal for cooking and heating, as well as coal-fired power plants. Residential wood and coal burning for space heating is an important contributor to air pollution, especially in rural areas during colder months."
2 million gone per year. Roughly the population of Australia, dead every decade. And this is independent from the treats stemming from Climate Change.