By Douwe Miedema ZURICH, July 27 (Reuters) - Switzerland, renowned for its clean Alpine air and pristine ski slopes, has named Toyota's Prius the world's greenest car. The Swiss government gave the Prius the highest green rating in a draft study evaluating the environmental impact of driving around 6,000 different cars, including carbon dioxide (C02) emissions which contribute to global warming. The Swiss government said it hopes that the list -- which is still in draft form and could ...
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