Edie reports that BP has predicted that the world’s oil demand may not rebound to pre-COVID levels.
September 9 marks World EV Day: a celebration of e-mobility that raises awareness of the benefits of electric. This year it has a special significance as 2020 has seen a firm push towards clean battery-powered mobility.
Emissions from asphalt are a significant source of air pollutants in cities, especially in hot weather, a study shows.
Environmental concerns and the changing work landscape could lead to a noticeable drop in both domestic and international business travel
Two councils have been accused of failing to properly address dangerous levels of air pollution in Ipswich.
We are in danger of over-regulating familiar, easy-to-measure emissions such as CO2 and NOx while ignoring a wide range of other, potentially harmful substances that can now be measured but are being ignored.
BBC News reports on tougher limits on levels of air pollution are proposed to tackle a problem thought to contribute to as many as 1,400 deaths a year in Wales.
Birmingham City Council has approved a new air quality action plan for public consultation.
With cases of COVID-19 surging past the one million mark, Indians are shunning crowded buses and trains to travel on what has traditionally been regarded in this status-conscious society as the poor man’s mode of mobility: the bicycle.
Sports utility vehicles emit more greenhouse gases than any other car. A report by the New Weather Institute thinktank and the climate charity Possible, has recommended the banning of SUV advertisements in the UK, as a measure to meet UK climate goals.