CAZs will tackle pollution and boost the economy, say mayors and political leaders
One in three motorists don't know if their current diesel car meets ULEZ emissions standards
Scientists from the University of Leeds will lead a new research network of northern universities to find new ways to rapidly decarbonise UK transport.
Businesses, traders and road transport companies operating in Greater Manchester are being asked for their views on proposals to tackle the urgent problem of roadside air pollution.
ClientEarth has written to 38 local authorities in England and Wales warning of the legal risk of inaction on air pollution
Safety rating organisation Euro NCAP has launched a new green car assessment programme called Green NCAP.
BMW’s car sharing service DriveNow has expanded its electric fleet with 130 new BMW i3s, in a bid to reduce London’s congestion and air pollution
The Government has launched a call for evidence on the impact of emissions from brakes, tyres and road wear in an effort to tackle all sources of pollution.
Modern vehicles can emit twice as much pollution in the first five minutes of running, according to new research.
Parents would back ‘pollution exclusion zones’ to divert cars away from primary and secondary schools at key moments in the day, survey finds.
London has reached air pollution limits on Brixton Road for the whole year, just 30 days into 2018.
MP’s from four select committees have joined forces to launch a joint inquiry on air quality to scrutinise Government plans to tackle pollution hotspots.
Fuel Card Services has launched its latest online flip-book from The Green Journey, offering advice to help fleet managers meet sustainability commitments.
The European Parliament has called on the EC and member states to introduce an on-the-road test in 2017 to meet the Euro 6 limit for diesel cars.
Paul Willis, UK managing director of Volkswagen Group, has said the “pendulum may have swung too far” towards incentivising diesel through company car taxation.
Harmful pollutants which affect air quality will be targeted by the Government in a new national fleet procurement strategy.
It is looking increasingly likely that Volkswagen will recall up to 11 million vehicles as it tries to address the emissions scandal.
The Government has launched a consultation to seek views on what local action can be taken to improve air quality.
Vehicle-related tax changes, low emission zones and a diesel vehicle scrappage scheme could be on the agenda a Supreme Court ruling to improve air quality.
Three new VED bands should be introduced to reflect the most efficient cars, while a new emissions tax should be introduced for vans, a report suggests.
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