Tag Archive for 'car emissions'

Jaguar and Land Rover has committed £800 million to reduce vehicle emissions

November 24th, 2010 by Mike Richardson

With increasing awareness of the contribution of road transport to CO2 emissions, vehicle manufacturers are focusing an unprecedented level of attention on measures for improving vehicle efficiency. These measures include improving aerodynamics; reducing other vehicle level parasitic losses; weight reduction achieved with efficient high technology design methods combined with lightweight materials such as aluminium; and […]

Researchers at the Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York say how to reduce UK transport carbon emissions by 76 percent by 2050

August 29th, 2010 by Stockholm Environment Institute

Researchers at the Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York have achieved a significant breakthrough in climate change policy by showing how to make drastic cuts in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from transport. The study and research paper, “Towards a Zero Carbon Vision for UK Transport“goes beyond the science and paints a picture of what a […]

Air Quality in Guernsey – A report by the Office of Environmental Health & Pollution Regulation

July 9th, 2010 by Richard Lord

The “Air Quality in Guernsey” report is the first comprehensive ‘air quality screening and assessment’ that has been produced for Guernsey.  The report focuses on sources and levels of local ambient (outdoor) air pollution in comparison with the standards and objectives set in UK law. The report details specific air pollutants including benzene; 1,3 butadiene; […]