Glasgow City Council is preparing to set up the first low-emission zone in Scotland by the end of 2018, applying at first to buses
Cheshire East Council has referred its discovery of fraudulent manipulation of air quality data to the police
The government’s new plan to tackle roadside air quality is an improvement on its predecessors but still looks vulnerable to legal action. Gareth Simkins investigates
ClientEarth's legal challenges to the government have been pivotal in securing more ambitious action on air quality
A property developer has challenged Cheshire East’s local plan on basis of fraudulent air quality data.
A flurry of announcements from vehicle manufacturers and fleet buyers demonstrates the end of the internal combustion engine is in sight
A 7.7% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 2016 and average annual reduction of almost 4% since 2000 has put the UK in the lead among the G20 nations, but deeper reductions will also need action outside energy
The FairfuelUK Campaign is pleading for funds to launch a late application for judicial review over central London’s emissions surcharge
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