According to the weather experts, there is some significant potential for some of the worst wildfires due to current heatwaves, which are likely to break previous records.
Pollution-eating car has been created by a British designer, Thomas Heatherwick, and it is being hoped that Airo would be going into production in 2023 by China to make about a million units.
Researchers said that current changes in the climate, including heatwave in Canada and the USA, would not have been possible without human-induced global warming.
In the north-western part of the United States and Canada, several major cities recorded high June temperatures that were further increased by 5 degrees than the previous recorded temperatures.
Canada heatwave broke records of weather temperature on Tuesday, with the logged heat being 49.6C (equivalent to 121.3 F) in the city of Lytton, British Columbia.
The plans made by Jaguar in the upcoming future are to only sell electric cars from the year 2025, while Volvo is expected to follow the same pattern from the year 2030.
According to the operators of Great Britain, the region was able to experience its greenest electricity system on Easter Bank Holiday Monday at lunchtime.
Several western automotive brands, including Ford electric Mustang, are targeting China for their products, as the number of sales of electric vehicles is expected to have a strong growth.
For the project for smart electric cars, Baidu would provide 'intelligent driving capability' to install in the vehicle, while Geely is in charge of designing and manufacturing process.
The New Year of 2021 could be an essential year in the fight for tackling climate change with technology, which has caused massive destruction across the globe.
The suicidal war on nature could also be restricted by shifting the burden of tax from income to carbon and from regular taxpayers towards environmental polluters.
It has been announced by the government of the United Kingdom to ban sales of new cars in the year 2030 that are only compatible to be working with fossil fuels.