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Rich Countries Are Sending Millions of Dirty Old Cars to Poorer Nations

WorldNews Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Rich Countries Are Sending Millions of Dirty Old Cars to Poorer NationsTransitioning to cleaner cars—including policies to ramp up electrification—will be key to addressing climate change. But a new United Nations report sheds light on the need for more regulation on the cars we send overseas, too. Read more... ......
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