Transport

Levenshulme ask for pop-up cycle lanes. They gather in A6 to protest. A6 Cycle Action oprganise it. Published at The Green Bee: Eco-Journalism. Author Juanele Villanueva

Pressure for pop-up bike lanes in Levenshulme

A group of neighbours from Levenshulme, and further, gathered yesterday to ask the Manchester City Council to improve cycle lanes in the area. The community group A6 Cycle Action will join every fortnight until they “see some action from the council”. Definitely, Levenshulme ask for pop-up bike lanes. “During the lockdown my bike has been …

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Switch taxi to electric. Nissahn NV200 is fully electric. It's wheelchair access. His the first electric taxi in Dundee. published at The Green Bee: Eco-Journalism. author Juanele Villanueva

Switch taxi to electric: “I wish I’d done it years ago”

Brian Marnie, a self-employed driver for Tele & Handys Taxis of Balgray Place, Dundee (Scotland) was the first driver to switch his taxi to electric. Now, he owns a fully electric taxi. He has switched his taxi to a electric with a wheelchair-access Nissan e-NV200 from the electric vehicle specialist, Vic Young Ltd, in January. …

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Scania's Science-Based Targets are now Approved. Scania will halve its emissions. Scania is a commercial vehicles manufacturer. Published in The Green Bee: Eco-Journalism. Author Juanele Villanueva

Scania’s Science-Based Targets are Approved

As the first major manufacturer of heavy commercial vehicles, Scania’s climate targets have been approved by the Science-Based Target initiative (SBTi). Scania is committed to achieving the Paris Agreement goals of limiting global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. Other companies in the UK have set their own targets for being carbon-neutral. Cuts emissions by …

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