WCRAQ – Air Health Working Party, 23 February 2023 Time: 13:00 -14:30 Chair: Professor Sir Stephen Holgate, Chair of Air Health Working Party, Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology, University of Southampton What can you learn from Frank’s presentation? ‘Dementia is one…
WCRAQ member Electra’s first refrigerated hydrogen truck has successfully completed a three-month trial with major UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s. The 19-tonne zero-emission Electra eCargo FCEV truck travelled a typical round trip of 208 miles from Sainsbury’s depot in Sherburn-on-Elmet to Newcastle and…
Greener transport options have grown in popularity among Londoners according to a new ULEZ survey conducted by Bikesure. The survey asked the opinions of over 1,000 members of the general public on greener transport alternatives, finding that 72.2 per cent have…
Air pollution costs up to six years of billion’s lives according to a new report by a US research group.
The Royal Mail has commenced trialling tyres that aim to increase the range of electric vehicles and reduce non-tailpipe emissions.
98 per cent of schools in London are in areas that surpass Word Health Organisation pollution limits, an analysis by New City Hall has found.
Small increases in level of fine particle pollution are linked to a 16 per cent increase in the risk of dementia among locals.
Battery technology manufacturer, Britishvolt, has been given planning permission to construct a lithium-ion gigafactory.
The European Commission has backed down on a proposal to shift its ‘green fuels’ law towards alternatives as part the Fit for 55 package.
An EU plan to sell 100% emissions-free cars in 2035 will democratise electric vehicles in Europe, green group Transport & Environment (T&E) has said.