DaimlerChrysler AG ranks last among the world’s top five auto makers on a scale that measures corporate commitment to environmental impact reduction. DC saw largest increase in CO2 emissions in 1990-2000. According to a study commissioned by CERES – a coalition of investor, environmental and public interest groups – DC tied with ChevronTexaco and ConocoPhilips forthe second-lowest score overall, just ahead of ExxonMobil, General Electric and electric utility TXU. The study ...

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