The Carbon Column – Road transport: which direction?

In post I focus on the dark side of lithium, a metal that could be more harmful than helpful

Walking and cycling get £12.7m wheel-up

Regions across the UK will benefit from new infrastructure and schemes to cut air pollution

Environment Act updated to improve air quality

Councils will now be required to report more frequently on air pollution levels

‘Nearly 77k ULEZ non-compliant cars were driven every day in London’

Almost 92% of vehicles driven into the zone in the first month of ULEZ were compliant, according to the report

British restoration firm unveils ‘world’s first’ electric classic Rolls Royce

James Warren, Director of Communications at Lunaz spoke to FNZ about the technology that converts vintage models into zero-emission vehicles

‘World’s first’ hydrogen double-decker bus fleet revealed in Aberdeen

The 15 hydrogen buses are expected to embark on their journeys next month

Only 40 schools in England protected from toxic car emissions at gates

A new UK100 report says one of the main challenge to implementing ‘school streets’ outside London is the lack of resources and powers for local councils to enforce a ban on parents driving to school

Local authorities granted £3m for cleaner air

The money from the government’s Air Quality Grant will be shared by 23 councils

UK innovators offered £60m for climate and clean air projects

Technologies being considered include digital sensors to monitor the environment and new software to help adapt to low carbon technologies

US to relax emissions standards for cars and trucks

It said the existing timeline for shifting to cleaner vehicles set standards too high