Environmentalists have spent years clamoring for vehicles that won’t add tons of carbon dioxide and other pollutants to the air every year. So-called "clean cars" will be on the market soon from two major manufacturers. A panel talks about what they’ll be like, how they’ll work, and their potential for reducing air pollution.

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  • Jim Motavalli author of "Forward Drive" (Sierra Club) and editor of "E: The Environmental Magazine"
  • Csaba Csere editor-in-chief of Car and Driver magazine
  • Warren Brown automotive writer and "On Wheels" columnist for The Washington Post

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