Vehicle pollution and its role in reducing global sustainability.

24 Nov 2021

While conventional vehicles have been one of the primary forms of transportation for the last century, which were invented in 1876 and later commercialised by Carl Benz and has been ruling the roads ever since. Being widely used currently, they are leading to increased pollution which does not only affect humans and wildlife but also influences climate change and damage to the ozone layer. Such damages are devastating for the environment and our survival, as O3 (Ozone) has a destructive impact on plants and agriculture, breaking down their cell membranes and thus affecting its growth.

Mr Haider Kamal, Co-Founder & Director - E Movement