On Monday, California Governor Gray Davis signed a landmark state bill that for the first time will require automakers to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas believed to be responsible for global warming. Since CO2 emissions are linked directly with fuel economy, the new standards are an effort by California legislators to override federal fuel economy rules, which haven’t been changed in 10 years. Environmentalists hailed the move because they say a recent survey ...
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