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Viewpoint
By Glenn Lyons, University of West of England
The lead up to the fest ive season marked another ‘documentary’ landmark in transport: the publication of the first report on the... continue
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Regular news
There was a heated debate about the future of mobility in a world hit by recession and fear of climate change during the Transport Planning... continue
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In brief
Climate change will be the theme of this year’s European Mobility Week to be held from 16-22 September. The DfT says, however, that the slogan... continue
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Main editorial comment
Readers perusing this, the last issue of LTT in 2008, may be experiencing a sense of déjà vu, as many of the subjects being covered as... continue
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Regular news
Fifty protesters from the anti-aviation group Plane Stupid launched a surprise blockade at Stansted airport, intended to ‘prevent the release... continue
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Regular news
Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon has announced that no decision on whether to build a third runway at Heathrow airport will be made until January 2009.... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Harry George, London
LTT’s heroically daft quest to find a credible climate change denier has emphatically not succeeded with the unearthing of Dr Benny Peiser of... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Paul Biggs, Environment spokesman, Association of British Drivers, Tamworth
Mayer Hillman and Robert Davis are still labouring to justify their anti-car, anti-driver beliefs (Letters LTT 13 Nov). The vast majority of the... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Simon Helyar, Nottingham
Benny Peiser (ibid) suggests that some policy-makers are playing down concerns about climate change because “no one told us that warming could... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Jonathan Tyler, Principal , Passenger Transport Networks, York
Judging by your interview with Benny Peiser (LTT 14 Nov) he is falling into a familiar trap. He may well be right in his doubts about the extent to... continue
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Regular news
The Climate Change Bill, which received its royal assent yesterday (26 Nov) introduces the world’s first long term legally binding framework to... continue
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Regular news
Mayor Boris Johnson has announced his priorities for creating a thriving green economy, cutting carbon emissions by 60 per cent by 2025 and making... continue
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Regular news
CO2 emissions from transport could be cut by a quarter, if the government introduced appropriate policies, according to a new report from the... continue
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Interview
By Andrew Forster
Green pressure groups and opposition MPs may have welcomed the Government’s toughening up of the Climate Change Bill’s emissions... continue
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News extra
By Rik Thomas
The Climate Change Bill currently passing through Parliament sets, for the first time, targets to reduce the UK’s emissions of greenhouse gases... continue
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Media monitor
“There is a nail-biting tussle going on at the centre of Government about the planned expansion of both Heathrow and Stansted airports and all... continue
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In brief
MPs have approved an amendment to the Climate Change Bill giving the Government until the end of 2012 to explain whether or not emissions from... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Paul Biggs, Environment spokesman, Association of British Drivers, Tamworth
In response to Simon Helyar and Mayer Hillman (Letters LTT?17 Oct), the ‘consensus science’ supporters in ‘green’ groups,... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Bernard Abrams, Cheltenham
So there’s no room for amateurs in the climate science arena (Letters LTT 17 Oct). Thank goodness for that. When readers apply this principle,... continue
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Regular news
The DfT has rejected MPs’ calls for a modal shift target to increase the amount of travel on England’s rail network. “The... continue
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