MEASURES TO FACILITATE AND ENCOURAGE CYCLING

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CYCLING IN CITIES: DEVELOPING GUIDANCE FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Cycling is one of the cleanest and most efficient forms of transport. Recently the European Commission (DG MOVE) commissioned a study to produce guidelines to help promote cycling in the EU. TEPR is delighted to be working alongside FGM-AMOR with Ricardo Energy & Environment in developing these guidelines, which include the preparation of case studies from 20 cities across the EU.

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TRANSPORT AND AIR QUALITY

REDUCING AIR POLLUTION FROM TRANSPORT – TIME TO CLEAR THE AIR!

With the UK’s Government’s new Clean Air Strategy expected soon, the Campaign for Better Transport has published a new report on reducing air pollution from transport. The report, co-authored by TEPR’s Ian Skinner, makes recommendations for national and local action.

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OSLO, EUROPEAN GREEN CAPITAL 2019 AND LEADER IN ELECTROMOBILITY

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ELECTROMOBILITY IN OSLO

As the shortlist for the 2020 European Green Capital Award is announced, we take a look at electromobility in next year’s European Green Capital, Oslo. While elsewhere in Europe, countries and cities are taking the first steps towards electromobility, Oslo justifiably refers to itself as the electric vehicle capital of the world.  

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GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT FOR TRANSPORT

NEW GUIDELINES TO HELP PUBLIC AUTHORITIES BUY GREEN VEHICLES

Public authorities within Europe can make a significant contribution to improving resource efficiency and to the low carbon economy by purchasing more environmentally friendly goods and services. This is known as Green Public Procurement (GPP) or green purchasing. 

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HAVE YOU BOUGHT A BRAND NEW CAR RECENTLY?

 

AND DO YOU LIVE IN THE UK?

If, so, we’d like your help. TEPR is currently involved in a project looking at the awareness and effectiveness of the information tools used to communicate the fuel economy and CO2 emissions of new cars to potential car buyers.

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TOWARDS LOW AND ZERO EMISSION VEHICLES IN EUROPE

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CLEAN VEHICLES AND A LOW CARBON ECONOMY

Now that the international climate change talks have finished, with some issues relating to the implementation of the Paris Agreement having been resolved, policy attention turns back to the EU level. On 8th November 2017, the European Commission published its ‘Clean Mobility’ package, which contained important proposals that will contribute to reducing carbon dioxide (CO2), as well as air pollutant emissions, from transport. 

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TRANSPORT AND CLIMATE CHANGE

DECARBONISATION OF EU TRANSPORT

The next edition of the annual United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference takes place in Bonn, Germany from 6th – 17th November. The Government of Fiji is presiding over the meeting (known as COP23) where countries come together to continue their efforts to combat climate change and to adapt to its effects.*

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ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF CYCLING

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CYCLING AS A JOB CREATION MECHANISM

The International Cycling Conference took place from 19th to 21st September in Mannheim in Germany. Ian Skinner of TEPR was one of the speakers and delivered his presentation entitled, ‘Cycling as a job creation mechanism’ on the middle day of the conference.

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ANNOUNCING OUR NEW WEBSITE!

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CLEAN, GREEN AND EASIER TO USE

TEPR, an independent research consultancy working towards the implementation of sustainable, low carbon transport solutions in the UK and the EU is delighted and excited that our new and refreshed website is now live. It’s taken a lot of hard work and planning and if you’ve visited the website before, you will now see that it looks a lot different. There’s an all-new new, mobile-friendly design, new features and new content.

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