The government is preparing to produce 3 million battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030. In detail, they’re planning to create 600 thousand electric cars and 2,45 million electric motorcycles by then. That project aligns with their plan to replace all fossil fuel vehicles with EVs by 2040. The big question, will we, Gen Z, be interested in having one? We have a few opinions to share.
Gen Z can never cease doing anything practical, such as ordering food online. By only tapping screen here and there, they can reap the convenience like nobody ever did. Not only that, they can also save lots of money as discounted items are available weekly. Yet, as the planet’s genuine protector, they are aware that food packaging contributes to a large amount of inorganic waste. The dilemma comes from that realization.Read More
It’s been two years since the pandemic hit us, and we (Gen Z) can finally remove our masks. In May, Indonesian President Joko Widodo lightened the mask mandate as the pandemic continues to improve positively. After all this time, have you ever wondered where all of our used masks go all this time? How many are used every month? We have the answers.Read More
Like a bunch of young people who adore science and progress, most of us (Gen Z) support electric vehicles because it is fantastic, environmentally friendly, and worth a try. The big question is, do we buy the environmentally-friendly claim it offers? Here is the thing, we will not be called the ‘IT’ generation if we do not have some cons about it too.Read More