The Emissions of a 12 Year old

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The first time i watched this i totally missed what they where talking about. But i knew something was up then they said that a car will have ZERO emissions, just like a 12 year old. I dont know where to start with this nonsense. Hydrogen fuel cells? That is not clean energy, that is not even energy. The cells are used to store energy, and that energy has to come from somewhere (most likely not going to be wind, water or sun). I hope they dont get finished with this project. Ride the mutha fackin bus, then you can be as clean as a 12 year old. They dont say that now do they. The department of public transportation should start putting out ads.

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0.0d1rtysn0w’s
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Or better yet, just ride a skate board like the 12 year old. God they just dont stop with the SUV's. Its probably so that every guy in america can make up for their erectile disfunction, because thats all i see when someone drives an SUV, lacking in something.

5.0Matthias’s
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This is a perfect example of greenwashing from a large company. Yeah, fuel cells COULD be green if hydrogen weren't so energy intensive to make. The company pushes the POTENTIAL benefits without out a reality check.

4.4scornado’s
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Wishful thinking - it's just perfect that their environment saving vehicles are still SUVs. Barf.

4.4ah1396’s
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This advertisement uses greenwashing to make the consumer believe that the Chevy trucks have zero impact on the environment due to the use of hydrogen. However, it receives a high index score due to left out information of where the hydrogen comes from and also all the pollutants that are involved in the making of these automobiles. I would suggest the company drops the ad because of its greenwashing effect until it can be proven that they have taken steps to help the environment. While the hydrogen may not harm the environment, the company fails to acknowledge how they were able to implement the hydrogen fuel cell system. This can be misleading to the consumer because they are lead to believe these automobiles are good for the environment even though they are unaware of the negative impacts the company makes on the environment in the production of them. I don't think it is completely unnecessary for the company to boast about their hydrogen fuel cell automobiles, however it is certainly not worth the positive recognition of a green company.