Clean bus 'revolution' shaved 55,000 tonnes off greenhouse gas emissions last year

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Clean bus 'revolution' shaved 55,000 tonnes off greenhouse gas emissions last year

The advent of a cleaner generation of buses in the UK is saving tens of thousands of tonnes of greenhouse emissions per year as well as helping to tackle air pollution, according to a report launched this...

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