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Regular news: Issue 466 12 Apr 2007

Air quality and CO2 linkages probed

The Government must consider the linkages between policies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and policies to improve air quality, according to a report by the UK's Air Quality Expert Group. The report points to the increased use of diesel cars as one area where efforts to limit carbon dioxide and pollutants clash. Diesel engine cars can be more fuel efficient than petrol-engine cars, therefore reducing CO2 emissions, but emissions of particulates and nitrogen oxides are greater from diesel...

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