Gilson Santiago, CEO of Masternaut and senior VP of fleet management for Michelin, discusses the role a connected fleet plays in sustainable mobility.
Anna Heaton, partner at Addleshaw Goddard, looks at the scale of the problem and the behaviour changes needed to hit net zero by 2050.
A consortium of companies from the automotive industry has called for the Government to focus on decarbonising fuel, not vehicles, according to a new report.
When studying CO2 emissions there is a tendency to focus on our urban environments, but Stephen Joseph urges policymakers to go further afield
Uber, the ride hailing technology company, has said it will invest £200 million to help drivers switch to electric vehicles (EV).
Volvo has led significant reductions in average CO2 emissions and many car manufacturers will hit targets set by the European Commission.
The Transport Planning Society has urged the Government to make a “serious shift” in investment to sustainable transport as part of its key recommendations in its new report.
This Transport Planning Society report, conducted by the University of Hertfordshire, sets out key recommendations for how the Government should achieve a low carbon transport system.
Day one of the three day Virtual Smart Transport Conference kicks off tomorrow morning at 9:15am and it’s not too late to register for your free ticket.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has backed a new four year research project aimed at reducing UK transport carbon by 90%.
Paul Clifton looks at the prospects for the UK’s rail industry
The DfT and key stakeholders from the freight industry will discuss how they are meeting the dual challenges of decarbonisation and Covid-19 at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
This Urban Transport Group report urges the Government to support transport authorities with more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
Wales cannot afford to miss the chance for a culture shift in the way people travel, according to the Senedd’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills (EIS) Committee.
The Government is consulting on how it will adopt EU emissions targets for cars, vans and HGVs in January 2021, when the transition period for the UK’s departure from the EU is complete.
In the middle of Covid-19 lockdown, the Department for Transport (DfT) published its Decarbonising Transport Setting the Challenge paper.
The Rail Freight Group (RFG) is urging the Government to leverage the full potential of rail freight to decarbonise transport.
A panel of respected economists and environment experts has called for a huge expansion in the green economy to lead the UK’s recovery from Covid-19 pandemic.
Exeter City Futures has launched a roadmap to enable the city to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Transport for London (TfL) has appointed Baringa Partners as its strategic energy advisor to help put its decarbonisation plans in place with the aim of a zero-emission rail travel by 2030.