The U.S. has been doing its part to reduce the amount of CO2 emitted from its vehicles.
The nation’s cars now account for about one-third of the country’s emissions, and they have become the subject of a lot of discussion on climate change.
Now, a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that a city’s overall car-sharing program could be an effective way to reduce its carbon emissions.
The IEA’s Global Emissions Database shows that cities that have a car-share program have cut their overall carbon emissions by roughly 50 percent.
It also showed that a study done for the IEA by a German environmental group found that cities with car-shares have a significant reduction in carbon emissions, as compared to other cities with similar programs.
So, what can cities do to reduce their carbon footprint?
Car-sharing programs are a great way to lower the amount your car emits in a given area, which means you can reduce the carbon footprint of your car and save money.
For example, if you own a Toyota Prius, you might want to consider a car with a low-mileage option that can be charged at a garage, rather than a station.
That way, you can save money and get more mileage.
And if you don’t own a car, you could also consider a public transit option, which will reduce your overall CO2 emissions, too.
You can find out how much carbon your car can emit by visiting the International Emissions Databank website.