Mazda aims for carbon neutral factories worldwide by 2035

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Japanese manufacturer Mazda has announced a plan to make its car factories carbon neutral by 2035 despite a pledge to keep building combustion-engined vehicles into the next decade. The aim is to eliminate CO2 output at every stage of vehicle production, including manufacturing, transport, vehicle usage and recycling, said the company. Carbon emissions are hard to remove completely from the car-making process so would-be carbon-neutral companies strive to balance out their carbon emissions by saving an equivalent amount of carbon elsewhere. Going carbon-neutral is not only good for the environ…

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