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UK appoints clean air champions

UK appoints clean air champions

The champions, appointed by UKRI and the Met Office as part of the clean air programme, aim to bring together researchers from different disciplines for joined up thinking and solutions.

UK legislates for a net zero target by 2050

UK legislates for a net zero target by 2050

The UK becomes the first G7 country to enshrine the target in law and a youth steering group is being set up to give young people a chance to shape climate policy.

Australia's largest standalone smart lighting project announced

Australia's largest standalone smart lighting project announced

Transport Canberra and City Services is partnering with Itron and Vinci Energie to create an IIoT network to support smart city and energy services in the country’s capital city.

Cellcom deploys Nokia's sensing-as-a-service in Israel

Cellcom deploys Nokia's sensing-as-a-service in Israel

Environmental sensors placed on existing radio base station sites will collect real-time data in areas such as noise, wind, dust and air quality.

Many Brits won't give up their cars, even for the environment

Many Brits won't give up their cars, even for the environment

Concern for the environment is the least popular reason to switch from a private car to alternative modes of transport, says a new survey.

London introduces world's first 24-hour ultra low emission zone

London introduces world's first 24-hour ultra low emission zone

Londoners will breathe cleaner air with NOx road transport emissions estimated to fall by 45 per cent in the zone.