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Cutting transport emissions: an urgent, but complex, necessity

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The UK's transport sector emissions have been flatlining for years. If this is to change, government policy needs to take a system-wide approach to cutting transport emissions argues Nick Molho, Executive Director at the Aldersgate Group.
 


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Posted by Nick Molho on 21st March 2019
First published in: The Economist

Offshore wind has come of age

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The signing of the Offshore Wind Sector Deal will put offshore wind at the heart of the UK’s clean, affordable and reliable energy system, argues Mary Thorogood, Senior Specialist, Strategy and Business at MHI Vestas Offshore Wind. 


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Posted by Mary Thorogood on 14th March 2019

Beyond technological change: Improving the efficiency of the transport system

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Will Tricker, Policy Officer at the Aldersgate Group, argues that to decarbonise the transport sector, improving the overall efficiency of the transport system will be just as important as investing in new technologies and infrastructure.


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Posted by Will Tricker on 12th March 2019

Electrifying the fleet: driving towards a greener world

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Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability, Europe, at UPS, explains how UPS is meeting the needs of its customers while reducing its overall impact on the planet.


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Posted by Peter Harris on 6th March 2019

Tackling London’s toxic air

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Alex Williams, Director of City Planning at Transport for London, explores the upcoming Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and reducing air pollution in London. 


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Posted by Alex Williams on 4th March 2019

How to charge ahead on electric vehicles

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Wil Barber, Corporate and Internal Communications Manager at LEVC, outlines key lessons from the first year of LEVC's transition to ultra low emission vehicles.


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Posted by Wil Barber on 27th February 2019

Rail and coastal freight investment should be a priority to reduce transport emissions

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Alan Tinline, Head of Environment at ABP, argues that the growth of alternative modes of transport in the freight sector could be a major opportunity for the UK, delivering environmental, economic and social benefits across the country.


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Posted by Alan Tinline on 25th February 2019

Beyond Brexit: Trade, standards, and 'environmental advancement'

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The UK's external trade arrangements after Brexit must be such that they secure the UK's environmental standards and allow them to tighten over time, argues Nick Molho, Executive Director at the Aldersgate Group.


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Posted by Nick Molho on 21st February 2019
First published in: BusinessGreen
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