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A new report published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) titled “The Economic Consequences of Air Pollution” states that air pollution could be responsible for between 6 to 9 million premature deaths by the year 2060.
Nissan has announced its intention to create a fuel-cell vehicle powered by ethanol instead of the traditional hydrogen. Nissan executive vice president Hideyuki Sakamoto cited a few reasons for the move towards ethanol:
A group calling itself the “Niger Delta Avengers” has launched numerous attacks on oil infrastructure in Nigeria since February. These attacks have caused the already-vulnerable African economy to spiral further toward a recession.
Elon Musk likely has a new spring in his step this week as news circulated that Norway is planning to stop the sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2025.
We spend billions of dollars every year on oil that could be spent on cleaner, cheaper, American-made fuels. The impact of this addiction can be seen throughout our economy in a cycle of job and money loss: AMERICAN JOBS: When oil prices fluctuate, all levels of the economy are affected. When businesses have to pay […]
There’s a lot to love about fuel choice — lower gas prices, reduced dependence on foreign oil, and of course helping the environment. That’s right: Bringing competition to the pump isn’t just good for your wallet, it’s good for your planet. When you support fuel choice you’re helping make a cleaner world. Here’s how: AIR […]
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