The UK needs an industrial strategy to counter the rise of EU battery manufacturing.
New research explores why Canadians want SUVs, what they like about them and what might steer drivers towards lower-emitting cars.
Africa’s used vehicle dependency is often attributed to low income and weak regulation.
Developers love the cul-de-sac, but for the rest of us it’s one of the least practical and efficient ways to design streets.
A guide to understanding hybrid and electric vehicles and deciding which is most suitable for your lifestyle.
Polyurethane foams are the world’s sixth-most-produced plastic yet among the least recycled materials.
Hydrogen cars were heralded as an avenue towards universal green motoring, but progress has stalled in recent years.
Major new policies are still needed to accelerate the road transport transition. There’s good news, however: Australian motorists have been promised more choice soon.
Lawmakers and courts in Ghana must strengthen protections for drivers of ride hailing companies
Reducing air pollution from cars and light trucks would pay big health dividends for low-income and minority communities. A new survey shows how to get more drivers of color into electric vehicles.
Electric cars are getting a lot of PR buzz, but automakers are still promoting – and many consumers are buying – vehicles that are major gas guzzlers.
SUVs made up half of all new car sales last year. They’re a drag on Australia successfully reducing its total greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric vehicles were around long before their fossil fuel rivals. They are also set to outlast them because of advantages their advocates noted as early as a century ago.
Labor has put fuel efficiency rules on the agenda. But the standards must be stringent and purpose-built for Australia.
The audio version of an in-depth article on the 12 best ways to get cars out of cities.
Our interviews with ex-automotive workers reveal how economic change interrupts lives, casting people into new worlds of precarious work and long, indefinite journeys in search of security.
This technology, popular when automobiles first caught on, had a short resurgence in the 1970s.
Traffic crashes kill and injure millions worldwide every year and are a major drain on economic development. Improving road safety would produce huge payoffs, especially in lower-income countries.
The controversial cars are under attack.
The New Zealand government has set the goal of net zero by 2050 but to get there, New Zealanders will need to let go of our big cars and embrace smaller options.