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.

Small but vital | Rainforest insect populations are collapsing

Humanity has wiped out 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles since 19701. But this terrifying statistic ignores the invertebrates. This army of insects makes up over two-thirds of terrestrial species and supports every living thing. Insects are not just…

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AIR welcomes new standardised testing of NOx emissions

AIR, an independent alliance in favour of more stringent and realistic standards of NOx testing in urban settings across Europe, has welcomed the publication of new testing methodology to capture emissions data by The European Committee for Standardisation (CEN). Standing…

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Rainforest Champions | What Cool Earth can achieve in 2019 thanks to you

In December 2018, Cool Earth’s supporters raised more than any year previously. And thanks to two generous donors, every penny donated was matched. That means Cool Earth’s partners can do twice as much to protect the world’s remaining rainforest. Here’s…

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Leeds low emission zone may favour hybrids

Hybrid cars may be in vogue in Leeds after the city council’s plans for a clean air zone (CAZ) were approved by the government. Although private vehicles will not be charged for driving in the CAZ, large fees will be…

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Going green all the way to Formula 1?

In a week when Tesla has announced cutbacks after struggling to bring electric cars into the mainstream, it might seem that the idea of making this technology a feature of the mass-market is rather distant. However, it may be that…

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