Tour de France – sustainable cycling a chain reaction?

The Tour de France has implemented sustainable measures for this year’s competition and looks to influence more people to take up cycling

Olympic Champion helps get eco-depot on track

DPD has opened a new ‘net zero’ depot, which it claims makes Oxford its first ‘green city’ – being served entirely by all-electric and zero emission delivery vehicles

Birmingham secures £4.5m to boost active travel

The funding will support new pop-up cycle lanes and walking infrastructure

Government backs research on the link between nature and mental health

Seven centres will test how to support patients using green activities, including walking and cycling and tree planting

Rishi Sunak unveils wealth of net zero funding in Spending Review

The new spending plan laid out by the UK government prioritises the decarbonisation of transport, the net zero research and the revival of nature

On your bike! Thames Water swaps diesel vans for vintage bicycles to cut emissions at Surrey site

The bikes had been found in storage at the site and were refurbished by a local shop – they now cover around five miles each day

Government announces new £175m package for cycling and walking schemes

The funding will support councils’ plans to boost active travel with cycle lanes, pedestrian improvements and closures of streets during school times

Liverpool sees 222% rise in cycling since first lockdown, saving 6,313 tons of CO2

A new study has found cycling levels in ten of the UK’s biggest cities have increased by an average of 127% since May

Cyclists generate ‘84% less CO2 each day than non-cyclists’

Car travelling is responsible for 70% of daily total mobility-related emissions, according to a new report

Is pedalling bringing us together or driving us apart?  

A special report on FNZ explores how willing we are to pay for cleaner ways of travelling