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Author: Elly Park
End-of-life vehicles can be an environmental hazard, but in Finland scrapped cars are being turned into a myriad of new products from cosmetics to cookware. The Finns have taken very seriously, a European Union directive to recycle 85 % of all cars that have reached the end of the road, giving them second lives elsewhere. Elly Park has more.
Author: Jim Drury
Swiss concept car firm Rinspeed is showing off its latest prototype vehicle, a driverless car it says represents the future of transportation. The Rinspeed XchangE is a luxury car that leaves the job of driving to an onboard computer while passengers relax and enjoy the ride. Jim Drury reports.
Gina McCarthy is the first head of the Environmental Protection Agency invited to speak at the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, and she told Reuters correspondent Ernest Scheyder her message is, "we need to work together."
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good tells Reuters correspondent Ernest Scheyder she does not see a new coal plant in the firm's future, due to new rules being developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Mar. 6 - A company in Poland is manufacturing coal-based pellets which it says could significantly reduce carbon emissions from the country's power-generating plants. The pellets combine coal with cleaner burning biofuel ingredients, producing a fuel that is just as efficient as conventional coal, but more environmentally friendly. Jim Drury has more.
The head of the Environmental Defense Fund is one of the few "green" representatives at the CERAweek energy industry summit in Houston, but its president tells Reuters he's working to build partnerships.