The Australian government releases a paper outlining issues involved in adopting mandatory standards to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions from light vehicles. Transport Minister Anthony Albanese says the government has been working with auto makers on setting a fair target to curtail the impact of auto emissions on global warming. “The paper sets out how reductions in carbon-dioxide emissions from vehicles could be achieved, and we invite industry, environment groups and the wider ...

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