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Despite China’s Mainly Coal Power Electric Buses Halve CO2 Bus Emissions Overall

China has a massive push to electrify or eliminate air pollution from all of their buses, cars, trucks and cars as fast as possible. Vehicle exhaust emissions contributed to between 13.5 and 52.1 percent all of major pollutants in 15 heavily contaminated cities such as Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai. They cause several environmental problems, including dust haze, acid rain and photochemical smog. China has the Most Cars, Buses in the World and Will Have Three Times as Many Trucks as the USA In 2017, China had about 310 million motor vehicles which is up 5.1 percent compared to 2016, which
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