Why is it everyone's most concerned with co2 when it comes to greenhouse gas emissions? Scientists agree there is a gas that has much, much more influence on global temperatures, and corporations spew tons of it. So do SUV's.
Dihydrogen monoxide is responsible for many deaths every year. It is fatal if inhaled. It is so persistent that if your mother ingested any while pregnant with you, it could be found in your bloodstream for the rest of your life.
Why isn't it mentioned more often? Simple. Corporations have become so dependent on DM because it's readily available, relatively cheap, and underregulated.
Just how nasty is this stuff? Consider on the acid/base scale, which is rated from 0-14, sulfuric acid is only a 2. Dihydrogen Monoxide is a solid 7. They use it to produce styrofoam, plastics, concrete, car batteries, and in northern latitudes, in its solid form, indigenous home building. If you tumble dry synthetic clothing in your dryer it can be detected in the dryer vent.
This is a typical example of an issue so big people prefer to keep their heads in the sand about it. If we really want to keep our children safe, and save the planet for future generations, DM should be banned. Science has a responsibility to come up with a suitable alternative.