Toyota ranks last in top 10 automakers for decarbonization efforts

Japan’s three largest automakers rank last among global automakers in decarbonization efforts, according to a study by Greenpeace, as the climate crisis intensifies the need to switch to zero-emission vehicles.

While the European Union has moved to ban the sale of new combustion-engine vehicles by 2035 and China has increased its share of battery-electric cars, Japan’s biggest automakers – Toyota, Nissan and Honda – were slower to respond. , the environmental advocacy group said in a statement Thursday.

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