Tag : air quality
A new London-wide campaign has launched today (3 August), encouraging fleets to tackle air pollution caused by idling engines and backed by evidence that air pollution … Read More »
The BVRLA is calling for more clarity over clean air zones, following research showing 40% of small and medium size businesses are unaware of the plans, … Read More »
Environmental action group, ClientEarth, has slammed the UK Government’s Air Quality Plan and Road to Zero strategies, claiming neither of them solve long-standing problems with national … Read More »
The Department for Transport has rebuffed rumours that the its forthcoming Road to Zero strategy will mean only plug-in hybrid, electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles … Read More »
The Welsh Government is introducing 50mph limits on major roads in Wales, as part of a package of measures to improve air quality across the country.
Government Clean Air Plans should incorporate a focus on cycling and walking programmes to drive down vehicle emissions.
Bristol City Council is assessing different options for deploying a clean air zone in the city to tackle illegal levels of air pollution.
The UK and Welsh governments will be required by law to draw up new plans to cure illegal levels of air pollution, following a third defeat … Read More »
Businesses in Manchester could be subject to a workplace parking levy in the future as the city looks to deal with air pollution as quickly and … Read More »
The UK and eight other EU member states are being called to Brussels in a final push to get air pollution limits under legal limits.
More than half of the British public would back the introduction of charges for Clean Air Zones.
A new survey has revealed that London’s T-Charge may be succeeding in pushing motorists to public transport.
Switching drivers of 10-year-old diesels to petrols would reduce NOx but increase carbon monoxide (CO) emissions, latest research from Kwik Fit has found.
Leeds City Council is readying for the introduction of a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) from late 2018 with fleets to be asked for their input … Read More »
Implementing an online database showing drivers the emissions standard for their particular registration plate is essential to avoid confusion under forthcoming Clean Air Zones.
All cars and vans sold in the UK from 2040 will need at least full hybrid technology and the ability to drive only using electricity, the … Read More »
The UK Government must take more responsibility for air quality, even after leaving the European Union, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has warned, labelling … Read More »
Four Committees are teaming up to scrutinise the government’s air quality plans as new research suggests that air pollution could contribute to dementia and diabetes.
The majority of the UK is still in breach of European Union legislation some 18 months after the Supreme Court ordered ministers to tackle air pollution.
Secondhand buyer interest in diesel remains strong with recent diesel ‘demonisation’ having failed to impact on used prices and motorists not stampeding to sell their diesel … Read More »
The “real-world” emission test introduced at the start of September for all new vehicles still needs updating to give an accurate picture of harmful exhaust emissions … Read More »