GM to Phase Out Gas Cars, Aims to Go Carbon Neutral by 2040

HeadlineJan 29, 2021

General Motors said Thursday it will stop manufacturing cars that produce tailpipe emissions by 2035 as part of a pledge to become carbon neutral by 2040. GM’s move to all-electric cars could cause other major automakers to follow suit. A recent report by the Union of Concerned Scientists found electric cars generate half the emissions of the average comparable gasoline car, even when pollution from battery manufacturing is accounted for. 

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