More than two thirds of London residents want to see a reduction in the amount pollution from traffic and the majority want to see more action from the mayor to discourage car use.
Concerns surrounding Clean Air Zones (CAZs) have been highlighted as two of the top three issues that car and van fleets believe they will face before 2026.
The EU is being pressured to introduce a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2025 but 27 companies, including car maker Volvo.
More than 100 large organisations have now signed The Climate Pledge, an Amazon-led initiative that encourages companies to become net-zero by 2040.
Ford has committed to new greenhouse gas emission targets to help it achieve carbon neutrality by 2050
The UK is on target to exceed the legal limits for four out of the five pollutants covered by the National Emission Ceilings Regulations 2018, according to new data.
Fleet Operations has set itself a net zero carbon target by signing up to a carbon offsetting scheme for all the greenhouse gases created by the business.
Webfleet Solutions and Justdiggit is launching Green Your Fleet, a new platform to help fleets make a positive climate impact.
Speed limits on parts of four motorways are to be cut before October in a trial to reduce pollution.
The UK economy could be boosted by £1.6 billion a year if it met World Health Organisation guidelines for air pollution, a report by CBI Economics has found.
By Jorge Pikunic, managing director at Centrica Business Solutions.
The 2020 LowCVP Conference will focus on how the UK can seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport as we emerge from Covid-19.
Hybrid cars, including mild-hybrid and plug-in, will be required if the Government is going to achieve it’s ambition of banning the sale of Internal Combustion Engine cars by 2035.
Fleets are being given the opportunity to help determine how the UK will achieve net zero emissions across every mode of transport by 2050.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has published its new annual work programme with net zero as the clear, ultimate destination.
Pioneering projects will receive government funding and could lead to greener transportation
As well as cutting tailpipe emissions, organisations are introducing a range of environmentally-friendly initiatives. We highlight a selection...
Fleets will increasingly look to consider the overall emissions of their vehicles in the future and not just what comes out of the tailpipe, says Epyx.
Climate Emergency Response Group sets out 12-point-plan for Government to consider.
Organisations are being given the chance to apply for up to £200,000 of Department for Transport funding towards ecargo bikes – four times the amount they could previously apply for.
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