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Federal government plan to improve fuel quality and vehicle efficiency worthwhile
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3 January 2017
On 3 January 2017 The Age reported:
The latest available figures from Australia's Environment Department show that in 2014 the services, construction and transport sector generated 11.5 per cent of Australia's 525 million tonnes of carbon dioxide-equivalent gases. If Australia can reduce this output by improving the efficiency of its vehicles and raising the standard of the fuel it uses, it obviously must do so. The federal government is right to seek ways to stop our cars from choking us.
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