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Cars and Global Warming: 11 Noteworthy Tweets from Automakers About Climate Change

By    |   Monday, 16 Mar 2015 03:04 PM

Automakers like to tout the latest designs of their cars, but they're also well aware of the global warming concerns by consumers.

Here are 11 noteworthy tweets showing how carmakers try to combine fuel efficiency in an effort to deal with climate change.

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General Motors boasts of its first use of wind power. It plans to power four of its Mexico facilities with 34 megawatts of wind energy with 17 wind turbines.


GM's state-of-the-art Climatic Wind Tunnel was the first of its kind and set the pace for the car industry. It tests vehicle development to the extremes.


GM's Chevrolet Volt starred in a global green event:


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The Ford Motor Company endorses developments in clean energy.



Ford asks for input on environmental suggestions.


Toyota USA shows its concerns for the planet, global warming and your costs with hybrids.


Toyota loved retweeting the Energy Department’s spin on the Mirai fuel cell vehicle.


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