By Raquel Hoshino*
(Opinion) Electric cars are the new frontier of the global green movement, a supposed panacea to end gas emissions that accelerate climate change.
American states like New York and California, and the European Union, have already passed laws banning the sale of gasoline-powered cars and light trucks after 2035.
In Brazil, a bill proposed by Senator Ciro Nogueira (PP-PI) established a ban on combustion vehicles starting in 2040.
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