Which cities need to build their own cars to cut their carbon emissions?

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.