The first rapid electric charger in Oxford was installed this week, as part of the £41m Energy Superhub Oxford project (ESO). The new charger, produced by innogy eMobility UK, was installed at the Oxford Direct…
Articles by Max Spokes
A report released by Oxford City Council yesterday revealed that the city’s air pollution levels during 2019 increased, the first significant rise since 2011.
Oxfordshire County Council has lost half of the £600,000 in emergency funding it was due to receive from the Department for Transport (DfT) to improve its cycling and walking routes
The UK’s current pathway to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 will result in emissions twice or even three times greater than allowed under the 2015 Paris Agreement, a leading climate scientist has warned.
New data released today by Oxford City Council shows that whilst emissions from public transport continue to fall, the city’s levels of nitrogen oxide still breach UK air quality limits. The report, compiled by Ricardo…
“It’s not just what nature can add to an evening walk though, it’s what nature can give: calm, solitude, space, and clarity.”
We are witnessing events the likes of which haven’t been seen for centuries. At least, not in this country. I’m talking about white storks, of course.