Climate Change And The Auto Sector

Header image Dennis DesRosiersBy Dennis DesRosiers

(RICHMOND HILL, ON) – Climate change and its relation to the automotive sector has been a much discussed issue in recent years. This topic is one where political rhetoric is often to the fore.

But it is where a more considered  analysis of the market can help develop an understanding of key themes.

These themes are explored in this month’s Observations including  the role of the vehicle company as opposed to that of the consumer, and the difficulty of bringing about meaningful change as vehicle longevity increases.

In conclusion, a number of questions are laid out to frame the debate on this important issue.

DAC offers regular coverage and discussion of topics related to new vehicle sales, vehicle ownership trends and other topics of relevance to Canadian automotive sector participants in our DesRosiers Automotive Reports and AutoWatch newsletters.

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Ian Shalapata

Ian Shalapata is the owner and publisher of Square Media Group. He covers politics, the police beat, community events, the arts, sports, and everything in between.

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