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Fri, Jan. 11 2013 01:36 PM EDT

'Cash for Clunkers' Was Bad for the Environment

By Napp Nazworth
During the economic recession in 2009, the Car Allowance Rebates System (CARS), better known as "cash for clunkers," was billed as a way to both stimulate the economy and help the environment by encouraging Americans to trade in their older vehicles for a new, more fuel efficient vehicle. Writing for E Magazine, Jennifer Santisi, a freelance science and environmental writer, concludes, though, that the program did more harm than good for the environment. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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