Plastic bag charge to increase to 10p in all shops in England

The change aims to further reduce the volume of plastic waste generated from the plastic bag sales

Who pays for our roads when petrol and diesel cars go?

Claire Haigh, CEO of Greener Transport Solutions and Executive Director of the Transport Knowledge Hub, spoke to ELN about a proposed road charging scheme

Manufacturers ‘call on government to push the petrol and diesel ban back until 2035’

Carmakers have reportedly asked for a more ‘realistic’ phase-out date

‘Pay-per-mile charging is good as long we have the right roads and it doesn’t disincentivise EV takeup’

That’s the suggestion of motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson who spoke to ELN about the benefits of a proposed road pricing scheme

Pay-per-mile scheme ‘should be mandatory by 2030’

A new report discussed by MPs considers road pricing as the most effective way to tackle air pollution and congestion

AA President raises concerns over government’s announcement for self-driving vehicles

That’s the suggestion from AA President Edmund King who spoke to ELN about the pros and cons of the new technology

Germany ‘can achieve climate neutrality by 2045’

A new study shows that the country can reach its target five years earlier

Look mum no hands! Self-driving cars to hit the UK streets by year-end

The self-driving technology will enable vehicles to reach speeds of up to 37mph on motorways

Growing Ivy can make homes more energy efficient!

The plant species can reduce the air temperature of buildings by up to 7.2°C, according to a report

Power turbo twins: Both solar and wind can ‘cover global energy demand 100 times’

A growth rate of 15% could see solar and wind generate all global electricity by the mid-2030s, according to a new report