The UK needs to put people back to work, AND tackle the climate and nature emergency. By creating green jobs, the government can do both.
There’s never been a better time to start cycling, but it can be confusing for beginners. If you’re wondering how to buy the right bike, how to cycle safely on the road, or what to wear for cycling, this guide is for you.
A coalition of environment and transport organisations are calling on the government to prioritise cycling and walking, as a YouGov poll shows more than two-thirds of people are concerned about a post-lockdown return of high air pollution levels
Social distancing has forced cities to rethink their streets, turning car-dominated spaces over to walking and biking. When they see the difference it makes, they might never turn back.
In the first national elections in the time of Covid-19, South Korea’s Democratic Party won in a landslide – after putting forward a bold Green New Deal plan in their manifesto. Here’s what happened.
Scientific studies have proven time and again that air pollution causes serious health impacts and premature death. Treating it like a health emergency would also mean action on the climate emergency. So why is the UK government still lagging behind?
Ahead of the upcoming general election campaign the UK’s largest environmental groups, as well as human rights, development, faith and health organisations have set out a series of demands for party leaders in order to tackle the climate and nature emergencies.
A major loophole in the Environment Bill will give the government nearly two decades to meet future legally-binding targets.
The heads of 30 schools across London have welcomed the introduction of the Ultra-low Emission Zone (ULEZ) coming into force today and called on Sadiq Khan for further action to tackle the threat of air pollution
German car giant is planning to launch the last generation of petrol and diesel cars in 2026