The World’s First Completely Carbon-Neutral Car

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Cars are responsible for a significant percentage of planet-warming carbon emissions, so the deployment of new electric vehicles from most of the world’s major automakers is vital to meeting climate goals. Those cars, however, aren’t really carbon-neutral: the process of manufacturing them requires energy, often from fossil fuels, and getting to zero carbon requires offsets — typically planting trees or other crops in sufficient quantity to account for factory operations. By the end of the decade, however, one car company has vowed to get to true carbon neutrality.

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