With the U.S. currently accounting for 22% of the world's ozone-depleting fumes and definitive international environmental agreements years away, a U.S. State Dept. official says the auto industry must become the leader in reducing greenhouse gases. Automakers can achieve that role by starting to use a fuel that Henry Ford at one time expected would be used rather than gasoline — ethanol, says Daniel A. Reifsnyder, director, Office of Global Change, U.S. State Dept. during a recent visit ...

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