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  1. The UK transport secretary has claimed that there is no need to make huge sacrifices within the motor industry in order to achieve a low-carbon future.Lord Adonis made the...

  2. There is not likely to be a substantial environmental benefit from introducing a new high-speed rail service in England, a study has found.A UK government-commissioned report...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. A feasibility study has been launched into the potential for construction of a £500 million, mile-long dam between England and Scotland that would generate 300MW of...

  6. The problem people face when campaigning for a reduction in carbon emissions from UK domestic flights is that consumers often find them the cheapest way to travel.That is...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. Climate change has taken a toll on British wildlife this year, with animal and plant species suffering.A new report from the National Trust has revealed that two poor summers...

  10. 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...

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