Editorial by Bill Hemmings
The image of a group of people standing on the narrow edge of a cliff is an analogy that seems to sum up current efforts to tackle the problem of harmful emissions from...
Read more about Has Icao not got the message or does it think it's immune?
A group of international environment and transport agencies has issued a plan to cut fuel consumption from the average car by 50% by 2050. T&E says the plan is ‘too little too late’ and the...
Read more about 50% fuel reduction plan ‘too little too late’
MEPs considering the Commission’s second strategic energy review have called for an 80% cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Read more about Parliament calls for 80% emissions cut
The city of Nottingham has asked the British transport ministry to approve a scheme to tax companies with more than 10 car parking spaces for employees.
Read more about Work car park tax
The Commission has threatened legal action against Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal for failing to put EU legislation on road charging into their national laws.
Read more about Late on charging
Oslo’s ambition to be carbon-neutral by 2050 has led to it using its two sewage treatment plants so it can run its city buses on methane produced from human excrement.
Read more about Oslo buses to run on 'poo'
Editorial by João Vieira
Shipping is sometimes the forgotten means of transport. There seems to be a general assumption that it is generally environment-friendly, although that may be mainly because...
Read more about IMO needed to improve shipping's environmental status
The European Advantage: How NGOs can benefit from recent European Legislation in their work for Sustainable Transport Infrastructure. Organised by CEE Bankwatch, T&E, BUND, Friends of the Earth...
Read more about 23-24/11/05 - NGO workshop on European legislation and sustainable transport infrastructure
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