Electric cars seem to be the answer to reduced emissions due to transportation. Electric cars have been touted as the ‘zero emission’ vehicles on the road, which would reduce pollution and global warming. The rising temperature of the planet is a cause of concern and there are many new technologies coming up to reduce it, including electric cars. Governments of many countries are convinced it is the most environment-friendly solution and have set deadlines for their countries to be completely ‘completely electric vehicle’ countries. But are electric cars really as good as they are claimed? Let’s find out the complete story behind electric cars:
With regular advancement in technology, travelling has also become easier and safer. In recent years, there has been a remarkable growth in travel. Every year we see some new development and trends that makes the life of a traveler easier. However, some of these innovations also caused major issues in the environment. The world is now rapidly realizing it and therefore practicing ecotourism in order to conserve the environment by using less natural resources and promoting green travel trends.
Ginkgo is an innovative compact umbrella, redesigned from scratch and made entirely in just one recyclable material. It is stiff and flexible, able to absorb random impacts and wind force without breaking or bending, but also lightweight, colorful and warm to the touch. And it is 100% recyclable. It’s made of one single material, which is recyclable almost everywhere. In other words, when you no longer have any use for it, you just toss it in a recycling bin .All Ginkgo components are made by plastic injection molding, meaning that each part can be colored as desired, for a virtually infinite variety of possible combinations and customizations. And some cheerful colors under the rain can make a difference.
The stretchers are not assembled, but made with a single piece of flexible plastic. The peculiar patented geometry allows them to resist strong winds by elastically flexing and returning into position without bending or inverting. The hinges are designed to last for thousands of open close cycles. Ginkgo is made up of just 20 pieces instead of the 120 pieces of the standard ones.