France Going Eco-friendly 2040 Why don’t India?
As we have heard that France going eco-friendly 2040 why don’t India is trying to get this goal for our country. Going up with the tendency of moving all electric, French Environment Minister has just declared that it will ban the sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2040 to meet the prime objective of President Emmanuel Macron to make France carbon unbiased by 2050.
It is such a bold plan which is initiated by the France i.e. to ban the sale of all full diesel & gasoline fuel vehicles by 2040. Even, the other countries, like India and Norway, have asserted an interest in similar plans.
But could, or should, the United States implement such a policy?
In today fast-paced era, we bank on gasoline fuels so much that even a day without petrol or diesel might turn out flawless, but we all know that these beloved typical fuels are unhealthy for our environment & i.e. too large quantities of carbon radiation.
Considering this issue, people are ultimately trying to changeover to eco-friendly transportation preference to electric cars. France, as the producer of the contagious Paris Agreement, has announced its plan to ban the sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2040, which the French environment minister dubbed as ‘Veritable Revolution’.
Why being eco-friendly is important?
Being eco-friendly is very much essential as it is to say that it is the act of living with intent. The intent is focused on not creating harm to the environment, and to avert as much harm from occurring to the environment through your synergy with it.
Eco-friendly products promote green living that helps to conserve energy and also prevent air, water, and noise pollution. They prove to be a boon for the environment and also prevent human health from deterioration.
France going eco-friendly 2040 why don’t India
France to Ban petrol & Diesel car sales by 2040
It has been believed that French car manufacturers – including brands such as Peugeot-Citroen and Renault – would meet the challenge, although he acknowledged it would be challenging. Norway, which is the leader in the use of electric cars in Europe, wants to move to electric-only vehicles by 2025. Both Germany and India have proposed similar measures with a target of 2030.
Emmanuel Macron is all about breaking pattern and one of his many plans is to make France carbon neutral by 2050, and banning sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2040 will make a major contribution to achieving that. Although this isn’t the first such announcement as Norway already plans to stop the sales of gasoline cars by 2025 and India has announced its intentions to go all electric by 2030, but given the fact that France is a major car manufacturer and a considerable automobile market, it is considered a ‘radical announcement’.
It is not just countries going electric, but many international car manufacturers including superior car-makers are entering the electric car market. This announcement from French Minister comes just a day after Volvo declared its plan to manufacture for moving to fully electronic hybrid cars by 2019.
Cutting out petrol and diesel expenditure will greatly reduce the carbon radiation & making it easy for the country to meet Paris Climate Agreement cut-off. Reducing carbon footprints will significantly help us in saving the environment from getting disintegrate.
PM Narendra Modi, French President Macron talk about Eco-friendly change
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met French President Emmanuel Macron & discussed issues of international and mutual interests, including ways to enhance strategic ties but, the male counterpart talk was to discuss the eco-friendly change. PM Modi affirms to go “above and beyond” the Paris accord to combat climate change.
Modi said it was “part of the world’s shared heritage” and that India would “continue working on this… above and beyond the Paris accord”.
Prime Minister Modi said India and France “enjoy deep-seated connections”. “Our nations have been working together for a very long time, mutual and cooperatively,” he said. “Be it trade and technology, innovation and investment, energy, education, and enterprise, we want to give an upgrade to India-France ties, He also adds the two countries will make efforts to improve the same.
Why India is not moving towards eco-friendly?
With a population rapidly approaching that of China loaded into just one-third of the area, India suffers from resource scarcity on a level, unlike any other nation. So while it nominally faces many of the same challenges as other BRIC nations – water scarcity, dirty energy supplies, human rights issues – India’s population density makes its situation exponentially more difficult.
As a result, much of the sustainable development discussion in India has focused on inclusion and bringing the population into the 21st century.
The objective to end the sale of gasoline & diesel vehicles by 2040 sends out a durable signal to everyone. So, let’s hope for the best to country turns out to be the eco-friendly environment.