Going electric: Carmakers take the carbon pledge

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Several automakers joined more than 30 countries in pledging to phase out sales of fossil fuel vehicles by 2040 at the COP26 climate summit in Scotland on Wednesday. China’s BYD Auto, Ford, General Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo were among 11 companies making the pledge. Other major manufacturers such as Volkswagen and Toyota were not on the list, but they and rivals have announced their own plans for an electric future, some more ambitious than others: GM The world’s fourth-biggest carmaker has said it will no longer sell cars that emit pollution by 2035, but has not speci…

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