How to collaboratively accelerate action and make net zero transport a reality - inspired by lessons from Denmark, recently ranked the world’s greenest country.
The Green Finance Institute has put forward 18 solutions to help unlock the £150bn of investment needed to help fund the transition to zero emission vehicles.
Electric car manufacturer Polestar has called for “radical change” in the car industry to accelerate decarbonisation.
This EASAC report looks at the challenges facing decarbonisation across the EU and how government policy will be key to driving behaviour change.
The EASAC has called on leaders at COP26 to curb motorised transport by introducing strong policies to boost active travel.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers in Scotland are benefiting from one of the fastest rollouts of rapid chargers in the UK, according to the most recent statistics.
Smart Transport chair Stephen Joseph comments on the urgent need to decarbonise transport and assesses the Government’s plan
The Government expects hydrogen fuel to play an important role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport by 2030, as outlined in its hydrogen strategy.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points in the UK could be set to become as recognisable as the red post box and black cab from 2022.
The UK is calling for urgent global action in response to a UN report that has revealed the planet has warmed more than previously estimated.
A new version of The Highway Code will be published in the autumn, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Local leaders want new powers, including the ability to cut the cost of connecting electric vehicle (EV) charging networks to the grid, to deliver net zero.
Driving the global transition to zero-emission transport will be a key theme at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), later this year.
Alok Sharma will now concentrate on this year's UN COP26 climate conference full-time, with Kwasi Kwarteng appointed business secretary.
COP26 President Alok Sharma has stated that the challenges of the coronavirus will not postpone United Nations plans to tackle climate change.
The postponed COP26 UN climate conference will now take place between 1 and 12 November 2021 in Glasgow.
The COP26 UN climate change conference set to take place in Glasgow in November has been postponed to an as yet unconfirmed date next year due to COVID-19.