Climate Change and SUVs

Yiren Lu
September 2007
Teen Ink;Sep2007, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p25
The author comments on U.S. citizens' refusal to give up their SUV amidst oil shortage and threat of climate change. He says that the public just disregards the environmental consequences of driving cars with huge oil consumption like SUV. He asserts that driving SUV should not be compromised in favor of environmental protection.


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