PONTIAC, MI — Weary of rival Ford Motor Co. stealing the “green leader” limelight, General Motors Corp. wants to let the world know it is no slouch when it comes to addressing environmental issues. To that end, the world's biggest carmaker is launching a new Website — gmability.com — that touts what it is doing to improve vehicle fuel economy and emissions and trim plant waste. The Website also highlights GM's efforts to promote vehicle and workplace safety, improve job prospects for ...

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