Sales of electric cars are growing in the EU and this means that battery-powered cars are spreading for all the Old World. A leap forward very important, and which demonstrates how battery-powered cars can really conquer in a short time important slices of the market.
One of the biggist assossation of battery-powered cars stated: "Especially if we follow new ways in the way of interpreting mobility as a service, increasingly connected and shared; in the training model, which rediscovers new job opportunities in a business that creates value; in the perspective, to build a reality that aims to collect different interests in order to convey them in an operational and concrete way in a new concept of mobility."
The growing of battery-powered cars
Some experts said: "To weigh was mainly the Italian market with only 56 thousand cars with alternative fuel registered. It is time to stop chasing and try to accelerate to reach the leading countries.
For 2020 we had foreseen the sale of 20,000 electric cars and this target is will reach despite Covid, with growth rates at least doubling every year. But the real boom will occur in 2021, so manufacturers will have to commit to satisfying exponentially growing demand in an acceptable time frame.
The decisive push, however, may be there. if we start thinking about supply in addition to demand, thus setting strong industrial policies on vehicles and batteries, while simplifying the bureaucracy that slows down the installation of the charging infrastructures."
Meanwhile the production of soybeans in the world, with an annual growth of 16 million tons, has increased dramatically, growing 21 times since the 1950s. Yet we are not eating it or at least not directly: beyond 70% is intended for intensive farming as food for animals.
Among Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil there is even an area called were they product soy. It is a place that extends for millions of hectares dedicated solely to the cultivation of this legume. A documentary that reconstructs the soy supply chain, from the lands where it is produced to its massive use in feed reserved for pigs.
A journey that shows the tragic devastation of a territory, the impact on local populations and the problems of intensive farming. In the documentary we can see how this legume is a valid substitute for animal proteins and therefore suitable for those who follow a vegetarian and vegan diet, but its main function is to feed pigs raised all over the world.
Where it is grown, there are huge expanses of land that reach up to 200 thousand hectares, managed by large local companies and with very little manpower. Some people are employed for sowing, others for harvesting, while planes are used for the distribution of herbicides.