Whilst the main flurry of activity continues to deliver the B&NES Clean Air Plan (CAP) according to published deadlines, the pre-existing air quality work is reported on in the "2018 Air Quality Annual Status Report (138 pages)" which came out this week. It certainly scores highly on the 'weight of paper test'! and I did … Continue reading Latest Air Quality Report published
Further to our report after Wera's Komedia Event on 9th June, the presentations from the day have been released today by her office. Perhaps as an alternative to the excitement in London SW19 and Russia these will provide quieter entertainment! There are nine slide decks and two 30 minute presentations from Green Peace and Bath … Continue reading Catch up on Wera at the Komedia
We could save 17,000 fossil fuelled journey per day - that's a 41% reduction. In our view this is a great vision - it's now just about putting the right carrot and stick measures to get it going. The proposed CAZ would be a great impetus for this. Click here for the detail of the story...
CycleBath, run by Adam Reynolds is getting quite a bit of prominence. The 'killer stat' for me is depicted in this pie-chart which we produced from his 2011 census data with a bit of rounding. What a vision! Only 40% of people working in Bath needing to use motorised (mostly fossil fuelled) transport of any … Continue reading Promoting cycling