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Gary Smith, Managing Director at Europcar Mobility Group UK looks at the move from private car ownership to a range of more sustainable solutions and the joined up approach needed to convince consumers.
Gary Smith, Managing Director at Europcar Mobility Group UK looks at the move from private car ownership to a range of more sustainable solutions and the joined-up approach needed to change consumer behaviour.
BVRLA members took its Road to Zero message to the heart of government last week, urging the new Prime Minister to do more to faster accelerate decarbonisation and improve air quality.
Members can now access a suite of free printed, digital and social media communication tools to help keep customers updated on the status of Clean Air Zones.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has changed the way it categorises electric vehicles to provide a clearer distinction between the different types of powertrains.
Members are invited to join the BVRLA’s Coventry roundtable event and share views with Coventry City Council, who are actively considering air quality and future mobility measures within the city.
The BVRLA welcomes the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee report that highlights the need for government to develop a strategy by the time of the Spring Statement 2020, to drive the uptake of lower emission vehicles.
Director of Sustainability Europe at UPS, Peter Harris, joins the BVRLA blog community to investigate the ‘last mile’ and the challenge of how we can make urban logistics sustainable in the modern world.
MP for North Herefordshire, Bill Wiggin, has been promoting the uptake of electric vehicles via a mobile ‘summer surgery’ in his local constituency using the electric car provided by Alphabet (GB) Limited.
Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability, Europe at UPS investigates the ‘last mile’ and asks how we can make urban logistics sustainable in the modern world.
In its Away with All Cars report, think tank Common Wealth, along with campaign groups We Own It and Greenpeace UK, has suggested London should eliminate the private car by 2030.
Bristol residents and affected businesses have one week left to respond to the Council’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) consultation.