Australia’s Climate Change Authority is proposing strict, compulsory light-vehicle emissions standards as a way to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and lower motorists’ fuel costs. The authority, created by the previous government but targeted for extinction by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, is proposing the first phase of the mandatory standards be introduced in 2018 when the local manufacture of automobiles will have ended. It says in a report the standards progressively would ...

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