Environmental friendly Q & A


What is green transportation? Is green transportation relevant to me?

In a broad sense, green transportation refers to a transportation concept that uses low-polluting and suitable transportation vehicles for urban environments to complete social and economic activities. In a narrow sense, it refers to the Concord transportation system that is built to save construction and maintenance costs and is conducive to the diversified urban environment with low pollution.


"Oxford Dictionary" just announced that "climate emergency" (climate emergency) was listed as the word of the year for 2019, reflecting that the language surrounding climate has been "significantly upgraded" and global warming has become a global concern over the past year .


Canadian Chris Bradshaw proposed the Green Transportation Hierarchy in 1994. His argument was the priority of green transportation, followed by walking, bicycle, public transportation, and shared car. , And the last one is a Single-Occupant Automobile (Single-Occupant Automobile). According to Bradshaw's argument, if the above-mentioned green transportation system can be applied, the following benefits can be obtained, including the natural environment, society and economy.

Natural environment:

Reduce air pollution and acid rain; reduce noise in public spaces and homes; reduce urbanization in agricultural areas and sensitive areas; reduce street dust and dirt.

Social aspects:

Reduce street crime (more "eyes" on the street); improve personal exercise and fitness; improve the quality of life in the city; reduce the loss of life caused by traffic accidents; reduce the time lost in traffic congestion; reduce the poor and senior citizens (Senior Citizen , Which means the need for the elderly or the elderly) to buy a car; reduce the time children spend in private cars.

economic aspect:

Reduce energy costs; reduce damage from energy shortages; activate nearby commercial activities; reduce health care costs; reduce time wasted due to injury, stress and traffic congestion; reduce all transportation costs.


Environmental Transportation Tips

Every time 1 liter of fuel is reduced, 2.52KGS of CO2 emissions can be reduced to the air.

The passenger car uses 36.65 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers. If a passenger car travels 300 kilometers per day, it is equivalent to emitting 277KGS of CO2.

If a passenger car travels for 300 days a year, it will emit 83 TON CO2.


According to environmental protection information, each tree can absorb about 12 kg of CO2 per year, and 83 TON of CO2. It takes about 7,000 trees to absorb it to balance.


If each tree occupies an area of 5 square meters, 7000 trees will occupy 35,000 square meters (about 5 standard football fields).