The Australian government is following the lead of the U.S. in edging towards mandatory fuel efficiency and carbon-pollution standards for vehicles. Federal Transport Minister Anthony Albanese gives the warning after meeting with his state counterparts to consider a final report from the Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Working Group. The study recommends a number of measures to improve the fuel efficiency of the country’s vehicle fleet, including mandatory carbon-dioxide emissions standards for ...

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