Road to Zero or Road to Nowhere? Government revs up green vehicle 'ambition'

James Murray
clock
Road to Zero or Road to Nowhere? Government revs up green vehicle 'ambition'

Ministers publish long-awaited strategy to drive electric vehicle investment, but green groups accuse government of watering down flagship ban on petrol and diesel cars

The government has today published its long-awaited Road to Zero Strategy, setting out how it plans to slash emissions from road transport and ban the sale of new conventional petrol and diesel cars by...

To continue reading this article...

Join BusinessGreen

  • Enjoy exclusive news, insights and analysis from Europe’s leading source of information on the green economy and business.
  • Make smart, responsible business decisions with an eye on the latest regulatory and tech developments
  • Stay in the know with our overnight briefing, expertly curated help you run a competitive and sustainable business
  • Tap into our extensive archive of exclusive articles, news, analysis and guides
  • Receive full access to businessgreen.com, indispensable information for business professionals

Choose from our 3 paid membership levels

Join now

 

Already a BusinessGreen
member?

Login

More on Policy

Kerstin Enochsson, Volvo Cars

The car industry must 'step up' in the fight against climate change

Industry voice: Kerstin Enochsson from Volvo Cars explains why the company is investing in fossil-free steel for its vehicle manufacturing

Kerstin Enochsson, Volvo Cars
clock 28 October 2021 • 4 min read
Credit: iStock

Voluntary carbon markets can boost sustainable development in host countries, report argues

VCM Global Dialogue publishes its conclusions on how to shape the voluntary carbon market from the perspective of developing countries

Cecilia Keating
clock 28 October 2021 • 3 min read
Credit: HM Treasury

Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021: The green economy reacts

BusinessGreen rounds up all the top reaction from green business figures, politicians, think tanks, NGOs and academics to Chancellor's Budget

BusinessGreen staff
clock 27 October 2021 • 15 min read