Eco-driving: behavioural pattern change in Polish passenger vehicle drivers
Piotr Oskar Czechowski , Aneta Oniszczuk-Jastrząbek , Tomasz Czuba
AbstractIn Poland, as in the rest of Europe, air quality depends primarily on emissions from municipal, domestic and road transport sources. The problems of appropriate air quality are especially important within urban areas due to numerous sources of emissions being concentrated in relatively small spaces in both large cities and small/medium-sized towns. Due to the steadily increasing share of urban population in the overall number of population, the issue of providing clean air will over the years become a more significant problem for human health, and therefore a stronger incentive to intensify research. The key challenge faced by a modern society is, therefore, to limit harmful substance emissions in order to minimise the contribution of transport to pollution and health hazards. Increasingly stringent emission standards are being imposed on car manufacturers; on the other hand, scant regard is paid to the issue of drivers, i.e. how they can help reduce emissions and protect their life and health by applying eco-driving rules.
|Journal series||E3S Web of Conferences, ISSN 2267-1242, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.6|
|Conference||10th Scientific Conference Air Protection in Theory and Practice, 18-10-2017 - 21-10-2017, Zakopane, Polska|
|Keywords in English||polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), carcinogenic PAHs, Picea abies, biomonitoring, non-heating time|
|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score|| = 15.0, 13-06-2018, ArticleFromJournalAndMatConfByIndicator|
= 15.0, 13-06-2018, ArticleFromJournalAndMatConfByIndicator
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