(BPT) – Love them, hate them, or don’t really care, electric vehicles are beginning to take over transportation conversations and roadways, and soon, boats and planes. Already, there were 16.5 million electric cars on the road worldwide in 2021, three times more than in 2018, according to S&P Global. Though still in the early adopter phase, here are four reasons your next vehicle is likely to be electric.
(BPT) – If you think you’ve been seeing more plug-in cars on the road or hybrid vehicles in the carpool lane lately, you are not imagining it. A recent Deloitte report found that high fuel prices, combined with lower maintenance costs, has EV interest poised for continued growth among U.S. consumers.
Hankook Tire’s latest Gauge Index took a closer look at what’s driving interest in EV and hybrid vehicles:
Have you seen oil company misleading advertising lately? If you did, what would you find – greenwashing. By greenwashing they look environmentally conscious for marketing purposes. n reality they are not making any notable sustainability efforts.
- This information was gleamed from Earth.Org.
The climate crisis is accelerating at an unprecedented rate, and we are not ready for it. Here are some of the biggest environmental problems in our lifetime.
Economist and environmentalist have urged policymakers for years to increase the price of activities that emit greenhouse gasses. To cut emissions quickly, governments must increase future funding for green innovations. This will bring down the costs of low carbon energy sources. In return, it also creates some form of a carbon tax to encourage businesses to cut their carbon emissions.