How boats are catching up with cars in the race to cut emissions

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The race to reduce carbon emissions with electric vehicles is going down the drain! The next wave of electric transportation is in boats, whether they’re catching fish on the lake or transporting goods around the world. Reporting by NBC’s Kerry Sanders in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.

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