Despite recent woes in the global auto industry, an international project is studying the environmental effects of a transportation sector projected to grow long term as the developing world becomes richer and more mobile. The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the International Energy Agency, the International Transport Forum and the FIA Foundation this month launch the “50 by 50 Global Fuel Economy Initiative” that looks beyond the current economic downturn. “The world’s car ...

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