U.S. Automakers Split With International Counterparts On Global Warming

August 21, 2002
U.S. automakers are backing away from a report they released along with their Asian and European counterparts which includes a statement that carbon dioxide (CO2) from auto emissions contributes to global warming. Representatives from the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (AAM) -- which represents the biggest three U.S. automakers -- are now saying that they only support portions of an International Automobile Manufacturers (IAE) report to the United Nations' sustainable development conference, despite being listed as one of its three primary...

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