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Local Transport Today
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On 11 February The Daily Mail informed its readers that: "Thousands of street lamps in suburban areas are being switched off after midnight. The... continue
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The European Commission has announced the closest thing yet to a UK-wide transport-specific target for reducing so-called greenhouse gas... continue
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The DfT and European Commission have defended their promotion of biofuels for road transport following a highly critical report by the House of... continue
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The targets contained in the Climate Change Bill will create huge problems for future governments, a peer has warned, adding that the policies needed... continue
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Land-use planning and transport Iain Docherty of the University of Glasgow has prepared a paper on the Planning White Paper published last August.... continue
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Letters to the editor
Robert Davis
I respond to the comments about my and the RDRF's views made by the Association of British Drivers' (Letters LTT 11 January). This task is rather... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Heymer
I read with interest (and some amusement) the seven categories into which the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs believes the... continue
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Viewpoint
By Adrian Davis
I t was a strange juxtaposition. As the Bali Climate Change Summit was drawing to a close with world leaders considering what change management was... continue
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Aviation has become the bete noire of the environmental movement in recent times but on 19 January The Daily Telegraph pointed out that cruise ships,... continue
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On 28 January Times columnist Melanie Reid confessed to a hitherto secret vice - that the television show Top Gear has "taken over my... continue
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The launch of a new mass-market car design by an Indian vehicle manufacturer attracted the attention of the UK media because of the possible... continue
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Scared to Death - a new book by Christopher Booker (onetime editor of satirical magazine Private Eye) and Richard North (a food safety consultant) -... continue
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Letters to the editor
Bernard Abrams
If only the Association of British Drivers and similar groups had the influence that Robert Davis (Letters LTT 20 Dec) implies. During recent years,... continue
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Letters to the editor
Mayer Hillman
The recently published plans to expand Heathrow Airport raise three questions to which the Government and BAA should be asked to respond ('Battle... continue
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Letters to the editor
David Bayliss
Phil Goodwin ('Time to tackle the paradoxes within NATA' LTT?20 Dec) points to the possible inconsistencies between carbon reduction targets and... continue
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Letters to the editor
Michael Martin-Smith
Climate change brings hidden dangers. In your 6 Dec issue, longtime green campaigner Mayer Hillman declared that freedom and democracy might need to... continue
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The holiday period featured several newspaper articles from columnists either pledging to cut back on the amount of flying they undertook of boasting... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Biggs
Mayer Hillman ("A plan to 'save the planet' but is anyone willing to pay the price?" LTT 6 Dec) makes Al Gore look like a climate sceptic.... continue
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Letters to the editor
Chris Wood
Nigel Humphries' somewhat confused letter (LTT 6 Dec) misses many points but one basic fact in particular. Stated simply, if you propel a tonne of... continue
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Regular news
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair has defended his force's use of domestic flights, saying that taking the train to meetings would... continue
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