Rethinking the way schools and public buildings are designed will make a huge contribution to helping the Thames Valley region meet its carbon reduction targets, according to a major research study published today. Oxford City Council and Reading Borough Council were among the first UK councils to declare a climate emergency and both have made… Read More »
Courtyard by Marriott Sales Manager, Christina Irons, talks to B4’s Richard Rosser about this magnificent hotel located in the heart of Oxford City Centre.
Williams Racing, one of the most successful teams in Formula One history, commits to a far-reaching climate change target. Building on the progress the global motorsport industry has made on sustainability in recent years, Williams Racing goes further than any other race team or motor racing series in the world, to commit to becoming climate positive by 2030.
Collaboration is key to making sustainability a reality. As pragmatic thinkers and doers, Alice Schmidt and Claudia Winkler have teamed up to write a book about how we can work together to achieve sustainability. Drawing on their combined 40+ years of experience in addressing issues of social justice, climate action, the circular economy, technology and sustainable business, they show why we should be optimistic about sustainable transformation and offer constructive insights on building back better.
Despite fleet average carbon emissions reducing by a record-breaking 11.8% in a single year1, and demand for battery electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid cars surging ahead2, the electric vehicle (EV) market still has some way to go in facilitating the UK’s Road to zero ambition. In recognition, Government is offering generous financial support to help increase the uptake of EVs, especially in the fleet market. Venson Automotive Solutions puts the spotlight on how to reduce an EV investment to cut a fleet’s carbon footprint.