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U.S. passenger vehicles are one of the largest contributors to global warming pollution, responsible for roughly a quarter of annual U.S. energy-related emissions of CO2.

Better transportation choices can have an enormous impact on climate change. With our members’ support, UCS spearheads research that finds new and better ways to reduce harmful vehicle emissions.

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Date Of Record Release 2011-03-17 18:43:45
Description U.S. passenger vehicles are one of the largest contributors to global warming pollution, responsible for roughly a quarter of annual U.S. energy-related emissions of CO2.

Better transportation choices can have an enormous impact on climate change. With our members’ support, UCS spearheads research that finds new and better ways to reduce harmful vehicle emissions.
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Source Union of Concerned Scientists
Keyword Global warming, Food supply, Water supply, Health, National security, Human needs, Economic well-being, Heat-trapping emissions, Transportation, Automotive
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Date Of Record Creation 2011-03-17 18:28:52
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Date Last Modified 2011-03-17 19:48:27
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2011-03-17 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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