• Nurina Sharmin and Mariya Ilina

The Environment's Outlook On Urbanisation Through Time: Part II


 


The Implications of Personal Car Ownerships


Travelling in personal vehicles has become more common throughout the years, resulting in a growth of car ownership. Previously, at the early stages of the automotive industry, owning a car would be an indicator of high social status. However, now that cars are more accessible and affordable, in many cultures, car ownership has become a convention and a necessity.


However, car ownership growth has impacted the climate through the emitted pollutants of petrol and diesel cars (World Health Organisati