According to sources, it has been revealed that General Motors (GM) will be putting an end to its relationship with Heartland Institute.
It has been unveiled that the largest automaker has decided that it will no more fund an institution that has no concerns with the ongoing problem of global warming. The decision is a consequence of an announcement that declared that the institution is not supporting the country to face the problem of global warming. Rather, the institution is supporting some of the anti-science programs.
However, the company was not funding these programs but the company is happy about its decision. In contrast, Heartland Institute said: “GM's breach with it had been prompted by false claims contained in a fake memo circulated by disgraced climate scientist”.
However, the company itself has not been able to put up with very progressive ways to tackle the problem, but surely it has tried the best and is still trying hard to achieve the aim. Moreover, it has been observed that the company has drastically changed from the past couple of years to bring about that change.
The work progress includes the manufacture of some of the leading ecofriendly cars in the industry, like Chevy Volt. These cars are also called green cars as they produces less harmful impacts on the environment in comparison to the other cars which run on petrol or diesel. These cars run on alternative fuels and have advanced technologies which help the vehicle pollute the environment less.
The company officials were observed stating that the company is looking forward to produce much more efficient technology which leaves the least impact on environment. Moreover, they asserted that it is their responsibility to develop such technologies and they will surely play out an important role in decreasing the impact of global warming caused due to smoke from vehicles.
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