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A tale of two cities: Is air pollution improving in Paris and London?
For the first time, a joint air pollution study across two mega-cities — London and Paris — measures the impact of policies designed to reduce air pollution from urban traffic over the last 12 years. In a paper, published today … Continue reading
Sweden gives green light for cities to ban old diesel cars
Sweden’s towns will soon be allowed to ban old diesel engines from their town centres in an effort to improve the environment and combat air pollution, the government announced on Friday. Sweden’s centre-left Social Democrat-Green coalition government did not impose … Continue reading
Milan and Turin ban automobiles to fight smog and air air pollution
A pair of northern ‘s largest cities have introduced traffic restrictions in a bid to tackle and smog. Bans on certain types of vehicle have been introduced temporarily in and , both of which have exceeded safe limits for pollution in recent … Continue reading
Only Euro-5 Vehicles Will Be Registered in 2019
Only Euro-5-compliant vehicles will be registered as of March 2019, the head of the Department of Environment said. “Since 2014-15, the government only allows vehicles with Euro-4-compliant engines to be registered and this will continue until 2019-20 when the emission … Continue reading
35 million dirty #Diesels are driving on Europe’s roads today, new research finds
More than one-and-a-half years after the dieselgate scandal erupted the number of dirty diesels poisoning the air Europeans breathe keeps growing. New T&E research shows that there are 35 million of these diesel cars and vans driving on Europe’s roads today, six million … Continue reading
Friends of the Earth launches air quality proposals ahead of impending Government plan
The Government has today (11 April) been called upon to commit to clean air quality measures by climate change campaign group Friends of the Earth (FoE), as a new survey shows that almost half of UK citizens support restriction on … Continue reading
Renault and Jeep diesel cars are ‘biggest culprits for toxic fumes’, Which? car tests show
More than 270 diesel cars were tested to find out which have the highest emissions Diesel cars made by Renault and Jeep are the biggest culprits emitting the most toxic fumes into Britain’s air, according to a study by Which? … Continue reading
Many car brands emit more pollution than Volkswagen, report finds
Diesel cars by Fiat, Suzuki and Renault among makers emitting up to fifteen times European standard for nitrogen oxide A year on from the “Dieselgate” scandal that engulfed Volkswagen, damning new research reveals that all major diesel car brands, including … Continue reading