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Your Next Ford Vehicle Could Have Bamboo In It 21
Apr
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Ecology, Ford, Ford Videos, Reports, video on 04 21st, 2017


We kid you not, Ford are actually experimenting with sustainable materials to use throughout the interior of their next generation cars, and bamboo is at the top of the list.
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General Motors To Run On 100% Renewable Energy By 2050 16
Sep
Posted by Brad Anderson in Ecology, GM, Reports, Tech on 09 16th, 2016


General Motors has made a pledge to only use electricity produced solely by renewable energy sources by the year 2050.
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Audi Protects Allergy Sufferers With New Climate Control Filter 20
May
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in audi, Audi A1, audi a3, Audi Q2, Audi Q3, Ecology, Tech on 05 20th, 2016


Starting June, compact Audis will roll off the assembly line with a new filter in their climate controls.
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Barack Obama Proposes $10 Oil Tax Per Barrel To Fund Transportation Plans 6
Feb
Posted by Brad Anderson in Ecology, Offbeat News, Reports on 02 6th, 2016


To raise funds for a number of transportation initiatives across the United States, President Obama has proposed a $10 oil tax per barrel to be phased in over the next five years.
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France Set To Pave 1,000 Km Of Roads With Solar Panels 5
Feb
Posted by Brad Anderson in Ecology, Tech on 02 5th, 2016


Over the next five years, approximately 1,000 km of roads in France will be paved with solar panels in a project sanctioned by France's Agency of Environment and Energy Management.
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Milan Bans Cars For Three Days To Reduce Pollution Level 24
Dec
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in Ecology, Reports on 12 24th, 2015


Vehicles may be getting cleaner due to stricter emissions regulations, but there are still plenty in circulation to induce a smog problem.
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PSA To Work Towards Publishing Real-World Fuel Efficiency Figures 27
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in diesel, Ecology, PSA, Reports on 10 27th, 2015


PSA Peugeot Citroen was the first manufacturer to introduce a particulate filter to its diesel range some 11 years before that was mandated by the introduction of the EU5 standard.
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Oslo Wants To Ban Cars From Its Center By 2019 24
Oct
Posted by Dan Mihalascu in Ecology, Reports on 10 24th, 2015


Norway’s capital city Oslo aims to ban cars from its center by 2019 to help reduce pollution.
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UK Sees 138.5 Percent Plug-In Hybrid Sales Boost So Far In 2015 15
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Ecology, Electric Vehicles, Hybrids, PHEV, Reports, UK on 10 15th, 2015


The first nine months of the year have seen the sale of plug-ins surge in the UK, a study by Go Ultra Low confirms.
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Insufficient EV Chargers Are Making Californians Antisocial 13
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Ecology, Electric Vehicles, Reports on 10 13th, 2015


It’s not all good news for those who have bought an electric vehicle, even in an EV friendly state like California. It may have one of the broadest charging infrastructures in the world, yet it seems it’s still not enough and it’s making people mean to one another.
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Expert Refutes Tesla Model X Bioweapon Defense Air Conditioning 11
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Ecology, Reports, Tesla, Tesla Model X on 10 11th, 2015


At the launch of the new Tesla Model X, company founder Elon Musk at one point had a chart out showing the car’s worthiness in case of a bioweapon attack. Well, now experts have come out to dismiss his claims, negating everything he said on the subject.
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Diesel VW US Sales Restart Still Months Away, Says Report 9
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in diesel, Ecology, Reports on 10 9th, 2015


VW won’t be able to start selling its latest 2016 model year diesels in the US for another few months, as the EPA plans to subject the models to much more stringent tests than before.
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Toyota Details Ha:mo Mobility Program Via Animation 1
Oct
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Ecology, Electric Vehicles, Gadgets, japan, TOYOTA, video on 10 1st, 2015


Toyota’s Harmonious Mobility Network, or Ha:mo, is a “community network for optimal use of cars and other personal vehicles in combination with” buses, trams, trains or any other means of public transportation.
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Mazda Releases…Reassuring Statement On Emissions Compliance 29
Sep
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in diesel, Ecology, Mazda, Reports on 09 29th, 2015


Sometimes you really do have to strike while the iron is hot and that's exactly what Mazda is looking to do by releasing this statement regarding this entire emissions fiasco.
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Europe-Based Project To Add 325 New Fuel-Cell Vehicles, 29 Fueling Points 29
Sep
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Ecology, fuel cell, Reports on 09 29th, 2015


A new project called H2ME, aimed to aid the proliferation of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in Europe has been set in motion. Its name is short for Hydrogen Mobility Europe and it’s now the largest such initiative on the continent.
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