Charging Clean Air Zone in Bath approved

Bath & North East Somerset Council has provided the final green light for a charging Clean Air Zone for central Bath.

Clean energy only for Welsh homes from 2025

Proposals for all new homes in Wales ro be heated and powered only from clean energy sources from 2025 have been outlined.

£2 million invested in electric vehicles in Kirklees

Kirklees Council has agreed to invest £2 million in electric vehicles and charging points.

Portsmouth celebrates 175 tonnes of food waste recycled

In the first three months of a trial scheme run by Portsmouth City Council, local residents have recycled more than 175 tonnes of food scraps.

£3.4 million awarded for taxi wireless-charging trial

The Department for Transport has announced £3.4 million for trials for wireless charging of electric taxis in Nottingham.

£1.6m to make York’s buses cleaner and greener

City of York Council has awarded over £1.6 million to five bus companies to make their vehicles more environmentally-friendly.

Newcastle opens District Energy Centre

A state-of-the-art energy centre that will boost Newcastle’s efforts to tackle climate change has officially opened.

Islington Council starts vehicle-to-grid charging project

Islington Council has launched a new project that will use smart EV charging to optimise its vehicle fleet at the town hall.

£2bn Cardiff transport vision proposes £2 city charge

Cardiff Council has unveiled a proposal to enforce a £2 charging system applied to non-Cardiff residents who drive into the city.

8,000 new cycle parking spaces across London

TfL has awarded funding of more than £3.5 million to 30 London boroughs to build thousands of new cycle parking spaces.

Khan launches London Power energy service

The Mayor of London has launched a green energy company, available exclusively to Londoners to help make the capital a zero-carbon city.

Leeds to more than halve carbon emissions by 2025

Leeds City Council has approved plans to cut the authority’s carbon footprint by more than half.

Rural councils warn of ‘fly-tipping farm-aggedon’

The DCN has claimed that fly-tippers are increasingly targeting rural areas amid warnings from councils of a ‘fly-tipping farm-aggedon’.

Air quality-related heart attacks could exceed 160,000 by 2030

Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air pollution could exceed 160,000 over the next decade in the UK.

Cardiff awarded £21m for air quality improvements

Cardiff Council has been awarded £21 million to implement a series of measures to implement clean air proposals.

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