Fuel economy

Today in the program:

People’s appetite for natural resources is increasing from year to year. The need in coal, gas and oil is growing in all parts of the world. Scientists say that this is a highroad to a global ecological catastrophe accompanied by serious climate changes. Currently, the daily consumption of oil all over the world reaches 14 billion liters or 2 liters per each living person. Even now many countries try to prevent the ongoing threat. The reduction in the use of traditional fuels is regarded as the best way to address this problem.