On March 26, when the “Earth Hour” was coming, the Publicity and Education Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment and Meituan Bicycle launched the “one ton carbon reduction by one person riding” action to encourage and call on residents to protect the earth through green travel and help achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.
On March 26, when the “Earth Hour” was coming, the Publicity and Education Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment and Meituan Bicycle launched the “one ton carbon reduction by one person riding” action, Encourage and call on residents to protect the earth through green travel and help achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.
This is another time to encourage green travel at the national level since the Ministry of Ecology and Environment Publicity and Education Center issued the certificate of “Excellent Person for Reducing Pollution and Carbon” to bike sharing users last year.
According to Meituan bicycle data, since the beginning of spring, Meituan bicycle and e-bike users have shown an increasing trend in cycling.
In the last month, China has accumulated more than 25000 tons of carbon reduction.
Among them, Beijing users have reduced carbon by more than 2430 tons, ranking first in China.
On March 15, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted a resolution to support the use of bicycles as a means to address climate change, which called on United Nations Member States to “integrate bicycles into public transport in cities and rural areas of developing and developed countries”, Member States of the United Nations are encouraged to “pay special attention to cycling in cross sectoral development strategies, including bike sharing services”.
As a big bicycle country, China has always been in the forefront of the world in the development of bike sharing.
It has become a way of life for the public, from first tier cities to counties and even towns.
Feng from Dali, Yunnan Province, has cycled nearly 20000 kilometers, reducing carbon dioxide by 1 ton.
He told the reporter that Dali is particularly suitable for cycling.
When sharing bicycles appeared in Dali, he soon became an iron user.
He used sharing bicycles for daily commuting, saving time and protecting the environment.
Ma in Fuzhou has reduced carbon by more than 1.92 tons since he shared his bicycle.
Since the spring of this year, he has reduced carbon by more than 166 kg, ranking first among users nationwide.
According to Mr.
Ma, because of his work, he used Meituan’s bicycle to ride for up to 10 hours every day.
After the Green Pratt&Whitney Cloud platform quantified and recorded the emission reductions of Meituan’s cycling users, Meituan’s cycling data shows that currently, a total of 182 Meituan’s cycling and e-bike users have achieved the small goal of 1 ton of carbon reduction on cycling.