Every year 400,000 people die prematurely because of air pollution in Europe, but the European Parliament has the power to change that. This video shows what the air is like for Members of the European Parliament, in the EU quarter in Brussels, and invites them to take action by improving air quality laws.
BBC London – Lorries represent just 3% of the vehicle fleet in the EU but they cause 25% of road transport emissions, and are involved in 15% of fatal crashes, which kill 4,200 people/year. Redesigned lorries will be safer, but also cleaner and more fuel-efficient.
This animated video, linked to the Stop Bad Biofuels campaign and petition, shows how the deforestation, increased emissions and loss of habitat caused by bad biofuels are costing Europe billions of euros every year. #StopBadBiofuels
A news report by German public-service broadcaster ZDF on the influence of carmakers' lobbyists on government policy. Featuring Transport & Environment's Greg Archer on how the lobbyists' efforts are forcing a compromise on EU car CO2 standards.
Russia Today TV report about the growing gap between real-world and official fuel economy figures due to carmakers' manipulation. Featuring Greg Archer, clean vehicles manager at T&E.
This documentary follows the efforts by local communities in Madagascar to protect their island from tar sands development.
This video, produced by EuroParl TV and featuring T&E's Greg Archer, looks at how car manufacturers are manipulating test results to present unrealistic fuel efficiency figures on their cars.
The tar sands are changing the economic, environmental & social make-up of Canada. Industry is planning to triple production. Go to tar sands reality check to get peer-reviewed facts & figures about this dirty oil.
Why little things matter? Minuscule particles in the air, called soot, cause more than 300,000 deaths a year in Europe alone. If we don't reduce soot emissions now, the Artic will be under water in 40 years.