Why Tesla is in fact Trashla -- nothing but greenwashing?

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Santeri
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Unread post by Santeri » 2024-2-5 14:55

Tesla cars, like any other vehicles, do pollute. For example manufacturing batteries, a key component of electric vehicles (EVs), involves pollutants, waste water, and lacks recycling or repair. The overall emissions during the whole lifecycle of electric vehicles are not really lower compared to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. And "green" wind energy powering up EVs is not clean at all if you take in account all factors and the whole lifecycle.

Tesla cars, just like any cars, pollute a lot. They are environmentally friendly only if you take in account only a small part of all pollution they are creating. Manufacturing for example batteries is a very polluting process. Also producing electricity for powering up EVs pollutes. For example "green" wind energy is very polluting compared other options. The fast remains that all cars pollute and electric cars including Teslas are no different. Why Testa is Trashla; nothing but greenwashing? The only greener means for transportation is public transport:
  • Environmental Impact:
    Public transport, especially well-designed systems with high occupancy rates, can be more environmentally friendly than individual cars. While Teslas and other electric vehicles have lower emissions compared to traditional cars, public transport can offer even greater efficiency by moving a larger number of people with a single vehicle.
  • Traffic Reduction:
    Public transport systems contribute to reducing traffic congestion by consolidating passengers into fewer vehicles. This can lead to smoother traffic flow and decreased road congestion compared to a scenario where everyone relies on individual cars, even if they are electric.
  • Cost Efficiency:
    Public transport can be more cost-effective for daily commuting, especially in urban areas where parking fees, fuel costs, and maintenance expenses for individual cars can add up. Public transport often provides a more economical alternative for regular travel.
  • Urban Space Utilization:
    Public transport systems use space more efficiently than individual cars. Bus and train services can transport a large number of people without the need for extensive parking lots and individual road space, contributing to more effective urban land use.
  • Reduced Need for Parking:
    Public transport users generally do not need to find and pay for parking, saving time and reducing the demand for parking spaces in urban areas. This can alleviate parking-related issues and contribute to more sustainable urban planning.
  • Stress-Free Commuting:
    Public transport allows passengers to relax, read, or work during their commute, reducing stress compared to driving through traffic. Tesla cars, while offering a comfortable driving experience, may not eliminate the stress associated with navigating congested roads.
  • Promotion of Social Interaction:
    Public transport provides opportunities for social interaction, as people share the same space during their commute. This can contribute to a sense of community and connectivity that may not be as prevalent in private car travel.
  • Inclusive Accessibility:
    Public transport is designed to be accessible to a broad range of individuals, including those who may not own a car. This inclusivity ensures that transportation options are available to everyone, irrespective of their financial situation or ability to drive.
If you care about your enviroment, quit greenwashing with EVs and ditch Trashla Teslas today.