PARIS – Europe successfully is reducing its vehicle carbon-dioxide emissions, according to a report by the European Environmental Agency, achieving an average 140.3 g/km in 2010 after a score of 145.7 g/km in 2009. This achievement appears to indicate the auto industry will be able to meet its goal of 130 g/km in 2015, the agency says. Such success now is driving auto makers toward the 2020 goal of 95 g/km. The improvements are coming from advanced technologies such as low-rolling ...

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