Airline’s ticket to a fossil-free future?

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Post written by Emilie Vrain Image Attribution: Harbour Air seaplane image by Pixabay reproduced under the license Creative Comms CC0. When Canadian airline ‘Harbour Air’ became the first 100% carbon neutral airline in 2007 through carbon offset payments, they didn’t want to stop there. A new partnership with MagniX who create electric motors has led to the development of what will be the […]

Environmental benefits of shared e-scooters brought into question

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In cities across the world, dockless electric scooters are becoming an ever-more common sight.  These are often promoted as being an environmentally friendly way on travelling within a city, but this recent research paper by Joseph Hollingsworth and his colleagues finds that the truth behind these claims is more complicated.  When taking into account the materials and […]

SILCI goes to Cambridge! 

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Laurie Kerr, a SILCI PhD Researcher, recently attended the CEEDA (Cambridge and EnvEast Doctoral Alliance) symposium at Cambridge University.  She gave a plenary presentation about peer-to-peer mobility innovations, and how they can potentially reduce travel-related CO2 emissions.     Peer-to-peer ride sharing (where individuals are matched and travel in a car with others making the same journey), and peer-to-peer car sharing (where […]

Introducing Mobility-as-a-Service at the 4th NEST Conference in Lisbon, Portugal

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Emma Cassar, a PhD Researcher, has recently attended the 4th Annual NEST Conference (#4thNEST) organised by the Network of Early Career Researchers in Sustainability Transitions (NEST). Emma presented her work in progress on the potential of Mobility-as-a-Service in Birmingham, UK.   The adoption and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) by the Millennial and post-Millennial generation is considered […]