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The EPA's ambitious plan to cut auto emissions to slow climate change runs into skepticism

  • The U.S. Government's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from passenger vehicles is met with skepticism as critics question its feasibility and whether it goes far enough.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency aims for 67% of new-vehicle sales to be electric by 2032, but the auto industry considers this goal unrealistic. Additionally, even if achieved, the reduction in pollution may be more modest than expected, with around 80% of vehicles still running on gasoline or diesel fuel.
  • Environmental groups argue that the EPA's proposal falls short and emissions need to be further reduced to combat climate change effectively.
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