Up in smoke

January 2008
Irish Motor Management;Jan/Feb2008, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports on the way Land Rover makes their bit to offset the carbon dioxide emissions created by both the manufacturing and driving of their vehicles in Uganda. In the country, Land Rover tends to use more fuel than small runabouts. It also made a car, through a company called Climate Care, which offsets the carbon dioxide created by the manufacturer of the car.


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