Glasgow is set to have the largest fleet of hydrogen-powered bin lorries in the world after councillors agreed a £10.5m funding package. The council will buy 19 hydrogen refuse collection vehicles, using £7m from a climate emergency fund.
On the 3rd of February 2021 we welcomed nearly 1000 delegates from Scotland and across the globe to the first online edition of the national CAN DO Innovation Summit. We’d like to take this opportunity to share our successes and learnings from this year’s virtual offering.
First Bus is focused on becoming a leader in the transition to a low-carbon future and has recently announced its commitment to operating a zero-emission bus fleet by 2035 as well as pledging not to purchase any new diesel buses after December 2022.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, business travel accounted for 22% of the University’s annual carbon footprint. The ambitious new plan seeks to cut carbon emissions from business travel by 7.5% each year.
STV has outlined an ambitious new sustainability strategy – STV Zero – to reduce its environmental impact to become net zero carbon by 2030 and carbon neutral by the end of 2021. To mark the launch of the new strategy, STV has unveiled a £1m Green Fund, offering advertising support…
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