Europeans Support Stronger EU Car Emissions Rules

Europeans Support Stronger EU Car Emissions Rules

1/18/2022 5:57:00 PM

Europeans Support Stronger EU Car Emissions Rules

A large majority of people support stronger EU air pollution rules for carmakers to make vehicles as clean as possible, a new YouGov survey shows.

.A large majority of people support stronger EU air pollution rules for carmakers to make vehicles as clean as possible, a newYouGov surveyshows. More than three-quarters (76%) of those polled said, when asked, that manufacturers should be legally obliged to reduce emissions from new cars as much as technically feasible. YouGov, commissioned by Transport & Environment (T&E), surveyed more than 8,000 people in seven EU countries: Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Romania and Czechia.

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“In April, the EU Commission is expected to propose new “Euro 7” rules, which will set legal limits for almost 100 million petrol and diesel cars that will be sold in Europe after 2025.” Ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars. 3/4 of Europeans believe the sale of gas cars should be banned immediately. “manufacturers should be legally obliged to reduce emissions from new cars as much as technically feasible.”

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