Drawing on assessments from the National Audit Office, MPs claim the Department for Transport must do more to plan, communicate and implement green strategies or risk jeopardising UK's ability to meet climate targets
Over the next decade transport is set to become a key battleground in the UK's war on carbon, with the speed at which we roll out electric cars and its attendant infrastructure networks a crucial front...
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