T&E has updated its briefing on why it is opposed to weight-based standards for the imminent CO2 standards for new cars, as evidence from Japan shows that weight-based standards have failed to...
France is heading a coalition of EU nations threatening to veto any Commission proposals for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from new cars if they penalise smaller cars.
The latest T&E survey of maker-by-maker carbon dioxide reductions from new cars makes a strong case for avoiding weight-based future standards.
Could a vote by Germany’s Socialdemocratic Party be the first step towards ending the country’s lack of motorway speed limits?
MEPs have voted to weaken European targets for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from cars. T&E says they have ‘lost their nerve’, and MEPs from the Green group called the vote ‘a massive...
The Netherlands has joined Great Britain in making tax benefits for drivers of company cars CO2-based.
The German insurance company Allianz has teamed up with WWF to offer cheaper car insurance for people who drive cars that are better for the environment.
Tougher fuel economy standards would offer a massive boost to the US economy, according to the latest report from the Union of Concerned Scientists.
The “twin crises” of global warming and obesity could be tackled effectively if walking was recognised more as a means of transport.
MEPs have sent a strong signal to the Commission and Europe’s governments that the EU’s long-standing commitment on carbon dioxide limits for new cars must be respected.