Watch How China Pushes for All Electric Driving into 2025: The Future 2 days ago   07:26

Richard Aguilar
China has already become one of the world’s top supporters of electric vehicles to combat air pollution.

Today's video is all about How China Pushes for All Electric Cars To Fight Air Pollution

Fossil fuel cars have long been known to us as one of the key sources of vehicle emissions resulting to air pollution. This is the reason why China, which is considered as the world’s biggest vehicle market, is considering to put a ban on the production and sale of these so called fossil fuel cars while at the same time switching to all-electric vehicles in the next few decades to reduce air pollution in the country.

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Richard Aguilar
China is considering a ban on the production and sale of these so called fossil fuel cars while at the same time switching to all-electric vehicles in the near future. What's your take on this? You can leave a comment here.. Don't forget to Subscribe, share and like this video for more latest updates..
Steven Barrett
Fantastic as long as they ramp up solar and wind with storage rather than burning more coal as that’s just moving the pollution from cars to power stations
hahahahaha watch out the cables , you can trip easily
Curdin Gees
Bring us the clean cars to europe for chinese prises. We need more low cost EVs fast!!
Lau Ling
Depends a lot on price of EV. Performance,etc. Charging station & availablity of station.
Ted Rees
The US with Trump is PATHETIC compared to China. That A.s is clinging to coal, oil, and natural gas.
Ian Eune
Is Aguilar your actual last name?
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Richard Aguilar My friend, let me give you some advice.
I am telling you this because I care about you and I want you to succeed, it is not to offend you in anyway whatsoever.

You work too hard to have your videos just go to waste because I think that your content is good and there’s definitely an audience for you.

I will just say this, I am not a creator myself although I do have quite a bit of experience in video production and graphic design.

Your thumb nails are way too busy, it’s just picture salad my friend, absolutely no identity. Nothing to immediately get anyone’s attention when you’re scrolling through it just looks like a bunch of different images that are all just a bit too small and no one will actually see.

If that’s your theme, then I can get that, but I promise you that by choosing such a theme, you would continue to lack any artistic identity. And this will continue to impede your progress.

So that being said I just have two tips for you.

Number 1. For your thumbnails, lets say that if you are talking primarily about wind power in a video for example, then have that thumbnail perhaps be a picture of a wind turbine/windmills on a hill etc and maybe even have it be somewhat animated but just make it look unique and different, as long as it doesn’t look mundane and catches your attention when you scroll through. (maybe even try copy and pasting various YouTube thumbnails and include yours (you could even just do this in a word doc as long as the photos are in order and you can scroll so it’s realistic)

I would recommend having someone you know do the scrolling rather than you so that there is no bias and see what their opinion is, build off of that
Please go and check out the channel “real engineering” or “answers with joe” or even kurzgezagt” for example,

Im sure you’re familiar with these creators but check out all of their thumbnails bro
Look how they are so consistent and scream! “brand identity”
This is the first component that will help you to get more views. I’m always frustrated to see you only get around 1000 views because I know you work very hard to make these videos especially with your new format!
Number 2: I noticed that while you were speaking you are obviously enthusiastic, but it just seems a bit forced and although you may be, I am not convinced that you are speaking in a fully genuine tone of voice, reminds me a little bit of the worst/least convincing actor in middle school drama club. Perhaps that’s just a linguistic barrier and henceforth, tone of voice might not be transferred over how you are intending. Even still, just speak as if you’re just speaking with a good friend and sharing something you’re genuinely passionate about is if there’s no camera there whatsoever, just try to speak more naturally and I promise you your enthusiasm will leak through.
As long as you researched the topic well and have valuable information to deliver (and you always do because I know you’re a very knowledgeable and smart guy) then it will be exciting and very watchable. Do these things and continue to be as faithful and committed as you have been and just Watch, in like only six months you’ll have 100,000 subscribers and thousands and thousands of views EVERY video. And of course your subscriptions will only be exponential from there, you know this better than I do👍🏽

Again, just keep developing your voice, I know you’re genuinely passionate about what you speak about so that will shine through. I wouldn’t worry about my number two tip as much but as far as number one, you NEED to build that corporate (YouTube channel) identity.

Perhaps even just create an avatar of your face and have that be the logo for your channel as well?

Oh, and just an extra suggestion (are you annoyed yet? LOL)
Use LESS of the “windows movie maker style” moving credits at the end, that’s very 20 years ago, no offense. Just keep it clean Richard use Final Cut Pro or some of the newer mac programs. Won’t tell you to change your video editing software but perhaps consider investing in something a little bit better.

Anyway, that’s all I wanted to tell you, keep doing it man. I hope you know that I truly want to see you succeed. Thank you for reading all of this and I hope you have an awesome weekend my friend.

And if anyone else here agrees with what I’m telling him, (if you had the patience to read all of this, haha) please leave a like here so that we know I’m not just saying random nonsense, lol

Let’s help this guy out, because he deserves to succeed.

Alright take care Richard👍🏽

Your friend from Seattle, WA
Jimmy b747
great video from the best channel on utube. they have a total rigged economy and there gdp has crashed. they have never cared about air quality it's all about trying to rig the car market. good luck to them people will never fall for this scam. there not even buying I phones because they cost to much. BYD car co is partly owned Warren buffet that's says it .thank you and keep up the good
let's see how China does it. but 21 century is India century.
Naimul Haq
I cannot wait for China to be the first to make electric passenger plane.
The Ultimate Reductionist
I SALUTE the Chinese! I am American. I support China's One Child Law. In fact, ALL overpolluters/overconsumers (USA, UK) as well as all over breeders (Africa, Arab nations) need MANDATORY ABORTION & VASECTOMY laws to end the ongoing holocaust of death & suffering forced upon the childfree by breeders. These nations need a ZERO CHILD LAW.
L Dion
Green energy will create new type of adiitional productivities to current GDP in China. In 5 to 7 years, the effect of current green energy will see the result of cleaner air and clear sky.
glenn goodale
Great video as always. Very informative, but very understandable
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