By replacing short car journeys e-scooters can cut CO2 by up to 90 per cent, but robust regulation needed, Cenex warns
Capitalising on the burgeoning popularity of battery-powered e-scooters offers the chance to drastically cut urban traffic and air pollution, while potentially reducing CO2 enmissions by up to 90 per cent...
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