The National Transport Commission reports a 21% reduction in Australia’s average new-light-vehicle emissions in the past 11 years. Last year, the national average of carbon-dioxide emissions from new cars and light- commercial vehicles fell 4% from 2011 levels to 199 g/km, the commission says in its annual report. “Car manufacturers have encouraged the reduction, with four brands lowering emissions from their vehicles by around 9% over the past year,” NTC Project ...

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