While the rest of TCC's braintrust argues over whether global warming is real, and whether it's caused by cars, Cargirl says it really doesn't matter.
"I never thought I'd pay eight bucks to see Al Gore give a slide presentation, but I did," Lee Iacocca said to me the other day. He knows that time has run out for the auto industry," writes Kate McLeod.
And when that happens, you know something's got to give, she adds. "Whether you believe in it our not, the public pressure to take action on global warming keeps escalating. That means curbing the heat-trapping gas, carbon dioxide, which is the natural product of, among many other things, burning gasoline."
"The price of driving, and the type of cars we drive, will change. You'll see it in six years," she concludes.
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