Release Date: 2017/9/6
The Scottish government has pledged to gradually dispose of gasoline, diesel and vans by 2032, eight years before the British government's goal.
Prime Minister Nikola Storjeon has outlined plans to deploy electric power stations widely across the country, and has developed pilot projects to promote the acquisition of electric vehicles.
"Our goal is to gradually phase out gasoline, diesel and pickup trucks in Scotland by 2032," said Storgione.
In July, Britain announced it would stop gasoline and diesel production from 2040 to reduce pollution.
Similar plans have been made by France and cities such as Madrid, Mexico City and Athens.
The government said compliance with these plans was necessary because of the inevitable impact on the bad air quality that people are suffering.