10 A Plan for the Green Industrial Revolution
1. Wind power: Install enough offshore wind turbine buoys to generate electricity for every home, increasing four times the capacity of 40 gigawatts of electricity by 2030, which will promote 60,000 jobs.
2. Hydrogen energy: Together with the industrial sector, with the aim of increasing hydrogen production capacity with low carbon emissions equivalent to 5 gigawatts of electricity by 2030 for use in the industrial, transport, electricity generation and household sectors. The first city to use hydrogen to power an entire heating system by the end of the decade.
3. Nuclear power: Develop nuclear power as a clean energy source and develop a new generation of small and modern reactors that will generate 10,000 jobs.
4. Electric car: Cancel sales of new cars and vans using gasoline and diesel by 2030. This is 10 years earlier than previously planned, then it will stop selling hybrid cars in 2018. UK infrastructure changed to fit better with the use of electric vehicles. This will make the UK the first of the world’s seven leading industrial nations (G7) to have a zero carbon road transport system.
5. Mass transit system: Cycling and walking Making people more interested in using bikes and walking as a mode of transport. As well as investing in future public transport systems that emit zero carbon
6. “Jet Zero” (JetZero) And environmentally friendly sailing: Support industries that are struggling to reduce their carbon footprint to become more environmentally friendly through research projects. To help aircraft and ships emit zero carbon
7. Public houses and buildings: Make homes, schools and hospitals more environmentally friendly Better stay warm and use energy more efficiently. At the same time, it will create 50,000 jobs by 2030 and set a target to install a heat pump (energy-efficient heat transfer system) to 600,000 a year. Engine within the year 2028
8. Carbon capture: The UK will lead the world in intercept technology. Capture and storage of gases that are harmful to the atmosphere. It also aims to eliminate 10 million tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2030, or the equivalent of total carbon emissions from the mining industry in the Humber region of England.
9. Natural control: Protecting and restoring the natural environment by planting 30,000 hectares of trees annually (or the equivalent of 300 million square meters), helping to build and sustain thousands of jobs
10. Innovation and finance: Develop cutting edge technologies necessary to transition to new energy use and make the City of London the green financial hub of the world.
UK follows Norway Only one nation to stop second-hand car sales
The decision to ban the sale of petrol vehicles in the UK for the next 10 years gives the UK Following Norway Only one life Norway announced it will stop selling new vehicles using pencil and diesel in 2025 or 2025.
At the same time it will do the United Kingdom. Made this before France and Spain. To stop selling new cars using petrol in 2040
”Driving will only become a privilege for the rich.‘A high beep. That flourished immediately after Prime Minister Johnson decided to ban the sale of new cars using petrol within the next 10 years, as electric vehicles are now expensive compared to petrol or diesel vehicles.
According to the website which.co.uk details the prices of electric cars sold in the UK. In April 2020, for example, the Jaguar I-Pace, priced at £ 63,129 (£ 2,525,160), a Tesla Model 3, priced at £ 40,895, or about £ 1,635,800 and a Kia Niro car priced at £ 34,995 or 1,399,800 baht. (The exchange rate is charged at 1 lbs equal to 40 baht)
The Daily Mail pointed out that the price of electric cars is still so expensive. Fear it will affect the poor The UK car company has always warned that the decision to stop selling cars using petrol is too fast. Risk of affecting the poor or the low income
Like Paul Johnson, a leading UK economist. That was also warned Prime Minister’s Government Johnson will switch from a petrol car to an electric vehicle, which will eliminate the annual vehicle tax the government receives.
Only 1% of the world’s population is responsible for half the world’s carbon emissions.
From the results of research studies, it was noted that only 1 percent of the world’s population. That accounts for how much carbon emissions to the atmosphere are half the carbon lost. Well now From air travel
According to research published in The Journal Global Environmental Change, only 11 percent of the world’s population boarded aviation in 2018, and the survey found that one in four people traveled by air. By air only once a year From long vacation travel for the year
However, about 1 in 10 people travel frequently by air. And the results of that survey showed The people who board the most frequent flight are up to 300 flights a year, or about 35,000 miles a year, while the researchers also find out. According to the figures, since 2009, 59% of UK residents have not traveled by air.
Professor Stefan Goessling of Linnaeus University in Sweden led the research. Draw attention to the fact that people who travel on these planes have carbon emissions. Out than people in All African villages or cities all year round. To solve the problem of climate change, it must start from solving the problem of ‘These huge carbon emissions’ …
Sources: British Embassy Bangkok, BBC, Dailymail, Skynews