Ford and General Motors have known about the effects of vehicular emissions on climate change since as early as the 1960s, E&E News reported Monday. Scientists at the companies made findings on the human and fossil fuel impacts of climate change in the 1960s and 1970s. At GM, the evidence was presented to at least three top executives, including a former chairman and CEO, according to an investigation by the news outlet. Still, the companies lobbied for decades against attempts to...Full Article
Ford, GM scientists knew in 1960s that emissions caused climate change: report
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