Fleet Sustainability Blog

The Green Journey cuts through the fog of confusion around fleet sustainability, providing fleet managers and operators with a clear roadmap for reducing emissions and costs.

Welsh Government plans road-based initiatives to boost air quality

The Welsh Government is considering bringing in a number of measures to boost air quality across the country, including tolls on roads, clean air zones (CAZs) and a scrappage scheme on older, more polluting vehicles. This news came after it…

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BVRLA calls for government to commit to green car grants

The British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA) has sent an open letter to the government calling upon whoever comes into power this week not to bring an end to the Plug-In Car and Van Grant. Together with more than…

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Cutting traffic pollution could have rapid health benefits, research finds

Making efforts to lower levels of pollution coming from traffic could have a substantial and rapid effect on public health, according to new research. The Environmental Committee of the Forum of International Respiratory Societies in Switzerland carried out an investigation…

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Bentley boost sustainability as part of 100-year celebrations

As part of the centenary celebrations for acclaimed luxury vehicle manufacturer Bentley, the marque has planted 100 trees in and around its Crewe headquarters. The action coincided with National Tree Week (November 23rd to December 1st).   100 trees for…

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Clean air zones welcomed, but ban on diesel cars is ‘too soon’

The vast majority of UK motorists are in favour of the deployment of more Clean Air Zones across the country. However, many fear a ban on diesel vehicles could come too early. New research published by independent car retailer Motorpoint…

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