Cyberaction: Less fumes mean less CO2
Back in 1998, automakers announced a gentlemen's agreement to reach an average CO2 emissions of 140 g/km, which now doesn't look achievable (in 2006, the average mark was 160 g/km). This is regarded by these organisations as a dilatory strategy, because automakers are opposing a lower limit of 130 g/km, when the European Parliament is voting on a 120 g/km limit for 2012.
So here's where you can cyberact: you can send an email to the European Parliament to support this initiative and ask your representatives to vote for it. Follow the link to vote from the UK and find other links from other countries.
[Source: Friends of the Earth/Ecologistas en Acción via Econoticias]
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