How A Country Famous For Its Auto Industry Could Embrace Green Vehicles

Germany currently lags behind many of its European neighbors when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. But some people in the country have proposals to help the country catch up — without hurting its auto industry, which is one of the largest in the world.  Member of Parliament Dieter Janecek, who belongs to the Green Party, told HuffPost Germany this week that he has a plan to ban gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2025. “The federal government must have the courage to enforce changes in the transport sector, to set the pace for innovation and set a clear direction for the

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