Mapping the Pogressive Fuel Economy

A new map shows how countries compare in their adoption of progressive “fuel-economy.” That is, social policies that encourage businesses to use greener, efficient transport fuel that reduce carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions. Oil producing nations such as Saudi Arabia and Venezuela “encourage wasteful fuel use through subsidies,” but North America also has policies that need vast improvement. Japan and European countries lead the way.

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