Australia begins to implement the plan to rely on electric cars, and to circulate it officially on the level of citizens soon.
Australia is seeking to ban the sale of petrol, diesel and new hybrid cars from 2035, five years ahead of schedule, in order to reduce air pollution that could herald the end of reliance on internal combustion engines.
Australia bans the sale of gasoline and diesel cars by this date
The Australian government is seeking to use this declaration to raise Australia's environmental credentials, after its removal from the United Nations Glasgow Climate Change Conference scheduled for November known as COP26.
The Prime Minister has said we have to deal with our carbon dioxide emissions, and for this reason Australia calls on all countries concerned to reach zero net emissions as soon as possible, to make each country announce reliable targets to get there.
Australia bans petrol and diesel cars from 2035
Australia has pledged to reach zero by 2050, but Rebecca Newsum, head of UK green peace policy, said that the Australian government needs to take broader measures than cleaning up transportation, saying: "We need a full rethinking of the way we support Our economy, we build houses, we move and grow our food. "
The Australian move is a victory for electric cars that, if copied globally, could hit the wealth of oil producers, as well as transform the auto industry and one of the icons of capitalism of the twentieth century: the cars themselves.
aleqtisady .. Countries and cities all over the world have announced plans to eliminate diesel cars in the wake of the 2015 Volkswagen emissions scandal, and the European Union is introducing stricter CO2 rules.
The mayors of Paris, Madrid, Mexico City and Athens said they plan to ban diesel cars from city centers by 2025.
Also, France will prepare to ban the sale of fossil fuel cars by 2040 and the Norwegian parliament has set a non-binding goal that by 2025 all cars must have zero emissions.
While electric cars may find some car manufacturers difficult to determine the end of the combustion engine, others have embraced a future in which electric cars prevail.
Australia is the largest global export market for car manufacturers, accounting for about 20% of global sales, and the electric car industry takes less time than variants with combustion or hybrid engines.
The government said that it is subject to consultation, intending to end the sale of petrol and diesel-powered cars and vans until 2035, or before that if the transition is possible as quickly as possible.