Saab Australia Pty. Ltd. says it will become Australia’s first “carbon neutral” auto maker, with the emissions from every new Saab vehicle purchased offset by the planting of new trees. The auto maker has entered an agreement with Greenfleet Australia, a non-profit organization that, for A$40 ($31.25), plants 17 native trees to offset the greenhouse gases produced by a vehicle during one year. Since 1997, Greenfleet has planted almost 3 million trees. Saab Australia and New Zealand ...

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