Check out this little jewel, in legislation drafted by our current Lone Star Chapter President, Ken Kramer, PhD. in 1991:
Health and Safety Code, Title 5. Sanitation and Environmental Quality, Subtitle C. Air Quality, Chapter 382. Clean Air Act, Subchapter A. General Provisions, Sec. 382.0205.
Special Problems related to air contaminant emissions. Consistent with applicable federal law, the commission by rule may control air contaminants as necessary to protect against adverse effects related to:
1) acide deposition;
2)stratospheric changes, including depletion of ozone;
3) climatic changes, including global warming.
Bam. You better believe it.