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Regular feature: Issue 500 7 Aug 2008

All roads lead to technology to make car use 'greener'

By Rik Thomas

One of the Government's current climate change targets is for a 60% cut in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, in comparison with the 1990 levels. However, according to Graham Pendlebury, director environment and international at the DfT, the likelihood that this figure will be amended to an 80% cut in emissions in the foreseeable future "is a racing certainty".

Pendlebury also observed that currently transport "is not doing its bit" to help reduce the UK's carbon dioxide...

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