Edinburgh gets £5m funding for walking, cycling and wheelchairs

The money is part of a wider boost across the country to encourage low carbon transport

Climate-concerned US citizens ‘more likely to wear coronavirus masks and practice social distancing’

Climate-concerned adults are 24% more likely to always wear a mask in public spaces than those unconcerned with climate change, according to a survey

London launches plans to become ‘one of the largest car-free zones in the world’

Streets between London Bridge and Shoreditch, Euston and Waterloo and Old Street and Holborn may be limited to buses, pedestrians and cyclists, according to the plans

London’s roads to be transformed to boost green travel in life after lockdown

The new plan suggests the city could see a possible ten-fold increase in cycling and a five-fold increase in walking when lockdown restrictions are eased

Sellafield shifts focus to high priority work as it restarts operations

The nuclear decommissioning facility will focus on high hazard projects with a reduced workforce and social distancing norms in place

Lambeth Council rolls out new cycle lanes and expanded footways to aid social distancing

The local authority says it has already delivered changes to roads and pavements in the borough, widening sidewalks and creating cycleways at some of the busiest areas

Indian power giant reaffirms uninterrupted energy supply during Covid-19 crisis

All NTPC plants have been mandated to follow social distancing norms as operations continue

Paris to create 680 kilometres of cycleways after coronavirus crisis

The city will invest €300 million for the updated bike lane network, which will include secure paths for cycling trips after the lockdown

New Zealand funds pop-up bike lanes to encourage social distancing

The project will start as soon as the country lifts the current lockdown measures

UK councils warn of ‘wave of waste’ due to Covid-19 lockdown

District’s Council’s Network has called on residents to work with their local council to manage ‘a perfect storm’ of growing levels of waste