More and more countries are banning the sale of new cars with petrol and diesel engines. The Swedish government’s latest inquiry, released earlier this month, proposes that such a ban be introduced in Sweden from 2030.
In Sweden no firm decision has been made yet, however it will be clean. In other countries, however, firm decisions have been made. Most recently, Canada has been able to stand out in these.
Canada’s new climate tolerance It says the sale of new cars with internal combustion engines will be banned by 2035. This is five years earlier than the previous target. Canada will reach the target by 2025 and 2030 with set small milestones.
In Brussels, the capital of the European Union, you are inside Hammer the week with new obstacles This sends a clear signal to the Union’s general climate goals. In order to improve the air quality of the city, a strong grip has been taken on what traffic should be allowed in the city. From 2030, driving with a diesel engine will be banned in the city, and from 2035, all internal combustion engines will be off the streets.
Europe has made great strides in combating internal combustion. Other countries in Europe that are considering a ban or have decided to impose bans by 2030 include Denmark, Iceland, the United Kingdom, Slovenia and Ireland. Spain and France have set targets by 2040. In the United States, several large companies have joined forces and are campaigning for the sale of fossil-free new car from 2030 onwards.