Transport: Resources

Articles, Books & Websites

Ashden – Climate solutions in action

Ashden helps UK local authorities and others turn climate ambition into climate action – lowering emissions while creating co-benefits including better health, new jobs, social equality, decent housing and resilient communities.

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Cars and climate change: the need for more ambition, Responsible Science, Issue No 1 Winter 2019

By John Whitelegg

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e-bike carbon savings – how much and where?

By Jillian Anable

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Lund sets a very high standard on its approach to transport decarbonisation

By John Whitelegg, November 2020

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Mobility: A New Urban Design and Transport Planning Philosophy for a Sustainable Future (Chapter 7)

By John Whitelegg

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New 2030 Iceland climate action plan announced

Iceland will fulfil its commitments and more

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On country lanes

By Joe Dunckley

This post is part of a series, starting at “So what would you do here?”, on making utility cycling attractive in rural Britain.

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The carbon impact of the national roads programme: TfQL Report

Lynn Sloman and Lisa Hopkinson  from Transport for Quality of Life have  published a new report on The Carbon Impact of the National Road Programme with contributions from  Phil Goodwin, Jillian Anable, Sally Cairns and Ian Taylor.

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Towards a zero carbon vision for UK transport

By John Whitelegg et al

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World Transport Policy and Practice

Volume 22.1/2, May 2016

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You can’t always get what you want: a reflection on Climate Assembly UK’s deliberations on decarbonising passenger transport

By Jillian Anable

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