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Report: Switching to zero-emission trucks could save 66,000 lives

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The benefit would accrue if all medium- and heavy-duty trucks sold have zero emissions by 2050. The electricity they use comes from noncombustion renewable energy, not fossil fuels. Air pollution from trucks has been linked to poor birth outcomes, reduced lung and brain development, chronic respiratory and heart diseases.
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Report: Switching to zero-emission trucks could save 66,000 lives

Replacing diesel-powered trucks and the toxic pollutants they spew with electric vehicles would save tens of thousands of U.S. lives, a new American Lung Association report says.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Move to zero-emission trucks could save 66,000 US lives

Replacing diesel-powered trucks and the toxic pollutants they spew with electric vehicles would save tens of thousands of U.S. lives, a new American Lung Association report says.

2 months ago
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Move to Zero-Emission Trucks Could Save 66,000 U.S. Lives

THURSDAY, Oct. 6, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Replacing diesel-powered trucks with electric vehicles would save tens of thousands of U.S. lives, a new American Lung Association report says.

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