FEATURE-Aid groups drive to curb deadly gas-guzzling cars


By Ruth Gidley LONDON, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Aid workers in risky environments may fear violence but they are more likely to die -- and hurt the people they are trying to help -- in a car crash, logistics experts say. These specialists are joining a growing initiative to make humanitarian groups more responsible with their gas-guzzling four-wheel-drive cars, which belch out fumes that pollute the local environment and make people sick. Many agencies campaign on environmental issues, but ...

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