A digital revolution for electric vehicles and mobility services
As global economies decarbonise, UK transport sector businesses will be competing in the growing electric vehicles and mobility services markets.
The first in a series of industrial sector investigations by Green Alliance’s Tech Task Force, this report puts the spotlight on how digital technology could accelerate clean growth and outlines how policy can drive its adoption in the transport sector.
Read the report here: Smarter transport
How everyone can benefit sooner
Electric vehicles don’t only help to cut carbon and improve air quality, they have much lower running costs than conventional cars. But, at present, most electric vehicles are owned by wealthier people and low income households are not benefiting.
This new report presents four policy and fiscal measures that would ensure that those on lower incomes can benefit sooner from electric transport.
Read full report here: Going electric: how everyone can benefit sooner
Cutting Carbon Now
Keep updated on our work to end the UK's contribution to climate change
Keep up to date with Cutting Carbon Now - our project advocating immediate action across the UK economy to drastically reduce the UK’s contribution to climate change.
November 2019 newsletter
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The route to clean growth
Using local industrial strategies to drive change
Local areas have begun to take the initiative on climate change, 230 have already declared climate emergencies. The challenge now is for local policy makers to translate this momentum into co-ordinated
Our new report, produced with Localis, calls for renewed commitment to local industrial strategies to enable all areas of the country to play their part in achieving a net zero economy.
Read the report: The route to clean growth: using local industrial strategies to drive change
The next blow to throwaway living
Why we don't need single use containers for water
It’s important to stay hydrated, espically in the summer months, but our obsession with bottled water is unsustainable, expensive and, increasingly, unnecessary.
Our newest infographic explains why the refillable water bottle is the only low impact option.
Losing the bottle: why we don't need single use containers