Can EV sharing help meet policy objectives to reduce car use, ownership and emissions in smaller, often more car-dependent towns and villages? Electric car clubs are being trialled at public charging hubs in towns and villages across Oxfordshire. Hannah Budnitz has won funding from the Public Policy Challenge Fund to see what answers these trials offer.
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Why is travelling by train so much more expensive than flying?
Growing numbers of people are following Greta Thunberg in avoiding plane trips - but greener travel can be costly. So why is taking the train often so much more expensive, and what difference does it make to the climate? Dr Debbie Hopkins, Associate Professor in Human Geography, comments in a recent article for Context.