In a landmark victory for climate justice, the High Court has ruled that the Government’s Net Zero Strategy breaches the Climate Change Act.
City of York tackles congestion and pollution with Alchera Technologies
As the new parliamentary session kicks off, our Chairman Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, reiterates our call for the Government to update the MOT Test for efficiency testing of diesel particulate filters. This small step would have a massive impact on…
Key parliamentary committee votes on the revision of the EU’s car and van CO2 standards. It is a decisive moment as this briefing looks at what is at stake for the European Green Deal and Europe’s climate ambitions.
Join us on June 20 for our Air Health Working Party to see how air pollution affects children disproportionately compared to adults.
A regulatory gap allows automakers like Ford and BMW to make US cars that emit more ultrafine particles that harm human health than equivalent models sold in Europe and other markets, according to new research.
The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality invited Professor Cathy Thornton, Professor of Human Immunology at Swansea University to discuss the adverse effects of poor air quality on the fetus, including the impact of high levels of particulate matter (PM) 2.5.
Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, and Chairman of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality (WCRAQ) submitted a Ten-Minute Rule Bill to the House of Commons, asking the Government to update the MOT test to include an efficiency test for DPFs (diesel particulate filters). The Bill passed the first test with no objections, and the second reading will take place on 18 March.
Fleet Vision International magazine Winter 2022 is out now! Read the WCRAQ working party reports and our update on the Ten-Minute Bill for stricter MOT tests in the UK from page 58 onwards. The seventh issue of the thought-leading publication…
n Tuesday, Our Chairman Barry Sheerman MP presented a Ten-Minute Rule Bill to the House of Commons. A Ten-Minute Rule Bill is how MPs can argue for a particular law to be made or changed.