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If the car is allowed to grow, it will eat not only oil but also people

If the car is allowed to grow, it will eat not only oil but also people

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If the car is allowed to grow, it will eat not only oil but also people

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The fourth series of reports on "What's stopping the city's low-carbon footsteps":
  [EP Environmental Protection Network Comprehensive Report] If you want to find the most universal endorsement for "high energy consumption and high emissions", then non-motor vehicles are none other than non-motorized vehicles.
  According to statistics, China's newly added 100 million tons of oil refining capacity during the "Eleventh Five-Year Plan" period has all been swallowed up by the newly added 35 million vehicles.
  Some studies believe that automobile exhaust emissions have accounted for nearly 20% of global carbon dioxide emissions. In 2000, "Environmental Science Research" published the paper "Current Situation and Trends of Motor Vehicle Pollution in Urban Areas in my country", which pointed out that "the air pollution in urban areas in my country is transformed from soot-type pollution to motor vehicle exhaust pollution." .5 Data bursting status confirmed.
  "China's auto growth" has reached the brink of no matter what.
 
China's car ownership is the second largest in the world, and there is not enough oil to eat
  10 years ago, China's entry into the WTO opened the curtain on automobile consumption. In just 10 years, China's car ownership has surpassed that of the United Kingdom to catch up with the Japanese, ranking second in the world after 285 million vehicles in the United States. According to the National Economic and Social Development Statistical Bulletin issued by the National Bureau of Statistics, as of the end of 2011, the number of private cars in my country reached 105.78 million, an increase of 16.4% over the end of the previous year, of which 78.72 million were private cars, an increase of 20.4%. The volume was 43.22 million vehicles, an increase of 25.5%.
  According to media reports, China’s newly added 100 million tons of oil refining capacity during the “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” period has all been swallowed up by the newly added 35 million vehicles. The annual increase in oil consumption due to the growth of automobiles reaches 30 million tons. If China's car ownership per 1,000 people reaches the level of the United States, the world's oil cannot be supplied. What gets eaten is oil, what gets discharged is “toxin gas”
  The car ownership has increased sharply, and the subsequent car exhaust has begun to become the main source of air pollution in many cities. In 2011, in the "China Motor Vehicle Pollution Prevention Annual Report" first released by the Ministry of Environmental Protection of China, it was announced that in 2010 the national motor vehicle emissions of 52.268 million tons of pollutants, of which 40.804 million tons of carbon monoxide, 4.872 million tons of hydrocarbons, and 5.994 million tons of nitrogen oxides Tons, 598,000 tons of particulate matter.
  Tao Detian, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, pointed out that the air in China's large and medium-sized cities is characterized by a combination of soot and motor vehicle exhaust. In the "PM2.5 controversy" that was raging last year, motor vehicle emissions are the "culprit" of excessive air pollution in many cities. Hong Feng, the deputy mayor of Beijing in charge of environmental protection, said that more than 22% of Beijing’s PM2.5 constitutes motor vehicle emissions, while preliminary research by the Shanghai Environmental Protection Agency has shown that motor vehicle emissions account for 25% of the city’s PM2.5 sources.
 
Governance policies are still being explored, and long-term effects still need to be seen
  The rapid growth of automobiles has brought about high energy consumption, high emissions, traffic congestion and other problems that have to be faced. In recent years, China has not stopped testing various policies to control automobile problems.
  The lottery car purchase policy implemented by the Beijing Municipal Government in 2011. Some media statistics show that Beijing's lottery policy has prevented at least 600,000 new cars from getting on the road. "600,000 new cars, parking on the third ring road is not enough."
  In addition, there is a new vehicle and vessel tax law that has been implemented from this year to strongly support new energy vehicles and small-displacement vehicles; news came out this month that the new regulations for sales of new vehicles in Beijing will implement the National V standards have entered the approval stage, and at the end of last year The outgoing Beijing gasoline number change also revealed the information of the standard change. Although some policies are still controversial, such as the difficulty of buying a car, the difficulty of selling a car, the difficulty of traveling, and road congestion, there are still problems, but China cannot say that there are no measures in the governance of the automobile problem, but it needs to look at the long-term effect in the continuous improvement. .
 
Ordinary people support low-carbon emission reduction, which can make car consumption more rational
  For ordinary people, although it is difficult to contribute to major policies, they can also contribute to energy conservation and emission reduction through self-efforts.
  First of all, if you can't buy a car, you can't buy it. Controlling the number of cars is an important means to control car emissions. According to a study by experts from Tsinghua University, the limit of China's car ownership is 150 million. From the statistical data, we can see that in 2011, the number of private cars increased by more than 25%, and most of the car sales were private purchases.
  Second, it is to buy a car that is relatively energy-saving and emission-reducing. Blind comparisons, luxury and luxury irrational consumption behavior will only lead to more acute conflicts between cars and the energy environment. The smart small-displacement cars and new energy cars on the streets of Europe truly tell us that rational consumption should be everyone's habit. (EP Environmental Protection Network: Si Jie Deng Yanan)

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