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  1. The UK government's plans to electrify further stretches of the rail network will only make a difference if renewable energy is used to power trains.Plans for the £1.1...

  2. A £1.1 billion scheme has been approved by the UK government to electrify one of Britain's busiest railway lines.Stretching from London to Cardiff, the Great Western line...

  3. Attempts to cut UK road emissions are being drastically undermined by the cost of public transport, new figures suggest.Official statistics, published following a parliamentary...

  4. A new fleet of trains are to be "cleaner, greener" and less noisy than existing models, according to the Department for Transport (DfT).The DfT announced a £7.5...

  5. Proposals to replace a new runway at Heathrow with high speed rail were opposed by organisations in the air travel industry.Air travel related companies railed against the...

  6. Train companies, which have also been hit by fuel price rises, have found ways of cutting their costs and their emissions at the same time.First TransPennine Express has ordered...

  7. A feasibility study by Network Rail to assess the need for high-speed trains has been welcomed by green campaigners Friends of the Earth, reports This is Wiltshire.Richard Dyer,...

  8. More should be done by the government to promote greener travel options, a campaigner for Friends of the Earth told the Daily Express.Tony Bosworth said that as the aviation...

  9. A system of carbon labelling on travel tickets for airline and train journeys could help consumers make more informed decisions with regard to green travel, Carbon Footprint has...

  10. People in the UK may wish to adopt travel by rail, rather than by car, in an effort to cut their carbon dioxide emissions, a new report from the Institution of Mechanical...

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