U.S. must cut auto greenhouse gases-research group


By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, May 29 (Reuters) - U.S. automakers could nearly halve output of heat-trapping greenhouse gases by 2030 with new technology and more fuel-efficient models, a needed step to reverse growing emissions from the world's No. 1 transportation sector, an environmental think tank said on Thursday. The U.S. transportation sector -- comprising all cars, trucks, airplanes and ships -- generates more greenhouse gases than any other nation's total economy except for that ...

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