At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Turkey also signed the agreement, which envisages reducing it to zero emissions by 2040. consensus; It was signed by 33 countries, 40 cities and regions, 27 fleets, investors and various companies in total.
At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will end tomorrow, representatives from all over the world gathered on transportation systems yesterday. At the meeting, 6 companies among the world’s largest automobile manufacturers, by 2040 commitment to end production of fossil fuel vehicles signed.
The commitment, named ‘Glasgolas Agreement for Zero Emission Vehicles’, which aims to reduce the emission rate in the world to zero by 2040, has also been signed by countries and fleet-owning organizations. In total, the consensus 33 countries, 40 cities, 27 fleet owners and with the updated number 11 automobile manufacturers he signed.
Among the signatory countries in Turkey:
In addition to countries such as England, India, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Israel, the agreement, which aims to have zero sales of new cars and vans all over the world by 2040, has agreed. Turkey also signed. on the other hand United States, Russia and Chinadid not sign this agreement.
Although the USA did not sign the memorandum as a country, some of the country’s largest cities and states signed the memorandum. These cities and states included California, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York state, New York City, San Francisco, Washington state, and Seattle. Names from other parts of the world such as Barcelona, La Paz, Rome and Catalonia signed their names.
- Avera Electric Vehicles
- WORLD Auto
- Etrio Automobiles Private Limited
- Ford Motor Company
- Gayam Motor Works
- General Motors
- Jaguar Land Rover
- Quantum Motors
- Volvo Cars
Agreement with automotive manufacturers shareholders with significant stakes, financial institutions and various organizations from other sectors also signed. These organizations included organizations such as the FIA, ADS-TEC Energy GmbH and the Global EV Drivers Association.