Turkey, England and India, including 33 countries, 40 cities, 11 vehicles and 27 owners to operate the fleet, has reached an agreement for the transition to traffic.
The International Framework Convention on Climate Change is passed by the transport systems systems of the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26), the “Glasgolas Consensus for Zero Climate Change Vehicles” has been announced.
Within the scope of the memorandum, it is envisaged with vehicles for gasoline and diesel engines in cars until 2035.
WILL BE RESET BY 2040
Turkey, England, India, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Israel are also rich in the country, 40 cities, 11 vehicles as well as important brands such as Ford Motor, General Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo Cars. More than 100 signatories participated in the memorandum, including the company and 27 fleet-owning companies.
These governments have to have all new car veets in their vehicles by 2035 at the latest in leading markets and by 2040 in the world. The fleet of cars is up to 2030 at the latest, and the entire fleet of pickup trucks can be completed. Vehicle manufacturers, on the other hand, will reach sales of 100% zero-emission new cars and pickup trucks in leading markets by 2035 or earlier.
CAUSES 89 PERCENT OF EMISSIONS
The country and hunters who signed the agreement are small toy hunters.
Transportation ranks 5th in global greenhouse gas emissions. Road transport accounts for 89 percent of the emissions in the sector. These vehicles are owned for raising 1.5 vehicles to be bred, with grafted vehicles to train transportation vehicles.
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