The US is playing politics while the world burns


The futuristic Tesla Cybertruck EV caught a lot of attention at the Malaysia Autoshow 2024 in May. While Malaysia is introducing policies to make EVs more attractive, the United States is doing the opposite by imposing higher tariffs on the cheap EVs China produces. — Bernama

WE’RE living through record-breaking high temperatures as fossil fuel pollution keeps heating up the planet. Logic dictates that we should all be doing our best to stop using dirty energy and move onto clean, renewable energy instead, right?

But we’re not. Because politics.

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