It goes completely the wrong way.
CO2 emissions from new cars does not give the green numbers in the environment.
the Increase is largely due to the low tax on the big cars.
It writes the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, and refers to figures from Statistics Denmark.
The average emissions of CO2 from new cars has increased by almost eight percent since 2016. The reason is to be found in Denmark and also in the rest of the world are buying larger, heavier, and more high performance cars. Cars that do not reach far on a liter of gasoline or diesel.
at the same time, opt in to the danes in high-level gasoline cars over diesel cars. This is despite the fact that the new diesel cars according to bilejernes association, FDM, is 20 percent more efficient than their gasoline – and they are at least as environmentally friendly.
The sad development is confirmed by Gunni Mikkelsen, who is the director of The Danish car importers.
car importers, bilsælgere and customers. points to several reasons for the evolution, writes Jyllands-Posten.
The large family cars has become more accessible for the Danish families because of the lower vehicle tax. It has got sales of higher SUV models to increase, since the drivers are happy sportsbilernes comfort and security.
the charging System gets Trafikforsker Harry Lahrmann Aalborg University to issue warnings in cases of.
"You have simply chosen the wrong strategy on the bilområdet. Thus, one must have hold of the whip, if the transport sector should deliver its contribution to reduce emissions of CO2," he says to Jyllands-Posten.
Back at FDM recognises the head of department Torben Lund Kudsk, it goes the wrong way.
It is due to, among other things, to the higher firhjulstrækkere provides more wind resistance, which increases the vehicle's energy consumption and thus leads to a greater CO2-emissions.
the SUV's have ago 2010 global increased klimabelastningen much more than the increasing air traffic, according to The International energy Agency, IEA.
environment minister Dan Jørgensen (S) has not wanted to give a comment to the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, and the transport minister Benny Engelbrecht (S) not returned on the newspaper's request.
In finanslovsforhandlingerne, which right now rings out of place at Christiansborg palace in copenhagen, is working to reduce CO2 emissions, a topic that is being discussed by the government and the parties that sit with on the negotiating table.Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 19:00