As new-vehicle sales in Australia approach record levels, consumers are being told they will have to cut car travel by at least 80%, halt road construction and boost public transport if the country is to have any hope of meeting future emissions-reduction targets. That’s the word from energy experts at Monash University, who say federal and state governments should focus on phasing out cars, improving the energy efficiency of public transport and convince people to use alternative forms of ...

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