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What would be the situation like if cars were banned from the city centre?
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Cars are well known for their high carbon dioxide emission.
A lot of studies prove that they make an essential share of the greenhouse effect but what would be the situation like if cars were banned from the city centre? Would something change? Would there be better circumstances or is a life without cars undeniable not possible?
A city centre without cars could be decisive for our environment and could contribute a big part to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions.
The air would be fresher, there may be more animals and plants in our cites and it would prevail healthier surroundings. If we count every city in the entire world and would really ban every single car from the centre then the effects would be enormous. As a result there would be a big positive change in the environment.
Nevertheless it has to be mentioned that cars play a big role in our daily lives, especially for those people who have to drive long distances to rea.....[read full text]