Wara Says Chevy Carbon Claim `Lacks Credibility'

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June 1 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Wara, an assistant professor at Stanford Law School and a scholar of environmental law, discusses Chevrolet's plan to buy credits for 45,783 metric tons of CO2 emissions savings from an insulation program that is almost entirely funded by taxpayers. General Motors Co.’s biggest brand will count the gains in energy efficiency from weatherizing 5,500 homes, while paying the Maine State Housing Authority enough cash to adapt just 170. (Source: Bloomberg)

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