The aim of green transportation plans is to minimize the impact of travel on the environment.
Green transportation can play a part of reducing emissions of green house gases, improving local air quality, minimize health risks and reducing congestion noise. Green transportation is not only a low-carbon and environmental travelling mode, but also a return to healthy and leisure lifestyle. The construction of green transportation system is good for the intensive use of road resources for ease of traffic congestion, the decrease of energy consumption for energy conservation, the reduction of exhaust emission for improvement of air quality, the reduction of carbon emission for decrease of greenhouse effect, and the construction of livable cities for improvement of citizen health.
The existing modes of transportation utilize sources of energy such as fossil fuels, which emit vast qualities of green house gases to the environment. Shifting to green transportation would help rid the atmosphere of these toxic gases since these modes of transportation have few to zero emissions.
Energy sources from fossils fuels like natural gas, coal, and oil emit toxic gases that negatively affect our health. In fact, these gasses have been associated with rising cases of cancer and other cardiovascular diseases. The emissions produced by green vehicles are not harmful to human health, so embracing green transportation will only improve a country’s health status.
Sustainable Transport Facts
Everyone benefits from cleaning up our transportation system. Canadians [and everyone else in the world] need access to affordable electric vehicles, bike lanes, and fast public transportation.
Government actions are needed to get EVs in the hands of Canadians who want them. It’s a great way to reduce emissions from the transportation sector.
Most electric cars in Canada will be powered by clean electricity. But even in provinces that are still working to phase out coal, EVs are up to three times more efficient than gas-powered cars and create less carbon pollution.
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