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With political and media activity approaching fever pitch on the subject of air pollution, the role of monitoring is under more scrutiny than ever, so AQE 2018, the Air Quality & Emissions event (Telford, UK 21/22 Nov.), is set to be the busiest yet.
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Merseyside's eco-ambitions have developed further as Merseytravel, the body that provides transport advice to the Liverpool City Region's Combined Authority, has chosen Evolt for its expanded Electric Vehicle charge points after a tender process.
DB Schenker Rail UK has announced a triple win after securing contracts with construction companies United Asphalt, Brett Aggregates and J Clubb.
A zero emission taxi cab that currently operates as a small trial in London is set to enter volume production in Coventry with a £50 million investment.
An infographic from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport looks to the future and visualises how transport and logistics in Britain would develop, taking account of demographic changes, population growth, technological developments and social and political change.
A web based electric car journey planning tool for Europe, the BATTERIE Project, has been launched at Titanic Belfast after piloting in Ireland, and is now available for public use.
The UK's first commercial scale solar-powered hydrogen production and refuelling facility has opened at Honda's manufacturing site on the outskirts of Swindon, Wiltshire.
The engine-less cargo sailing vessel "Tres Hombres" returned to Brixham at the weekend to load Devon's organic ale.
By 2050, most vehicles will need to be electrically propelled, with a battery to store energy or an on-board hydrogen fuel cell to generate electricity, if emission targets set by governments are to be met.
A new Welsh brewery warehouse near Newport measuring five football pitches is set to remove the need for 330,000 kilometres of lorry journeys, and save the carbon dioxide emission equivalent of 52 households.
A couple more English universities, Imperial College in West London and Oxford Brookes, have teamed with Hertz on a 24/7 cleaner car club, and latest results reveal carbon emissions can be reduced by 40%.