◀ robotics

Cities should become low-carbon zones

Humanity’s mass migration to cities is generally seen as something positive. It’s a way of escaping grinding rural poverty, of gaining access to education, of expanding one’s horizons, of generally improving the human condition. But whatever advantages cities have over the countryside, clean air is not one of them. To highlight the problem, European Mobility Week has chosen air quality as its focus for 2013.The problem is most visible in the cities of the emerging world, where the fumes from automobiles blend together with smoke from polluting factories to create a near permanent haze. In notoriously polluted China, air pollution is estimated

Go To Source
comments powered by Disqus
20 Sep
ABB Global @ABBgroupnews
#Cities should be low-carbon zones - vehicle #emissions kill more than any other pollution source - ABB Conversations http://t.co/jstUf9Y4rA