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Car talk at the New England Aquarium

From left: WBZ’s Lisa Hughes, New England Aquarium President and CEO Bud Ris; Eric Evarts, Consumer Reports auto editor; Ray Magliozzi of National Public Radio’s “Car Talk”; Scott Griffith, chairman and CEO of Zipcar; and Herb Chambers, president of Herb Chambers Motor Group.

From left: WBZ’s Lisa Hughes, New England Aquarium President and CEO Bud Ris; Eric Evarts, Consumer Reports auto editor; Ray Magliozzi of National Public Radio’s “Car Talk”; Scott Griffith, chairman and CEO of Zipcar; and Herb Chambers, president of Herb Chambers Motor Group.

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The New England Aquarium took on vehicles and climate change during a Tuesday panel called “Roadside Assistance: Driving Change on Our Streets and in the Oceans.” The event featured insight from auto experts such as Consumer Reports auto editor Eric Evarts; Zipcar CEO Scott Griffith; car magnate Herb Chambers; and Ray Magliozzi of “Car Talk,” who told people to stop letting their cars idle. WBZ’s Lisa Hughes moderated the discussion.

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