Tax on parking: UK cities to impose levy on cars in bid to cut pollution | Environment

Councils across the UK are using radical strategies to cut the number of polluting vehicles on their streets in response to the climate emergency. Leicester city council hopes a new charge on workplace parking will improve air quality, fund public transport and encourage walking and cycling. The power to raise a “workplace parking levy” (WPL) … Read more

As Oil Companies Pledge to Cut Emissions, Congress Calls for Hearing on Climate Change Misinformation

As Oil Companies Pledge to Cut Emissions, Congress Calls for Hearing on Climate Change Misinformation

On Tuesday, ExxonMobil announced its “ambition to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions from operated assets by 2050”, the latest commitment from an oil company whose core product is the biggest driver of climate change. . “We are developing comprehensive roadmaps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our operated assets around the world,” ExxonMobil CEO … Read more

Boyce cut by Renegades ahead of historic double hat-trick

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Double hat-trick hero Cameron Boyce played his final game for the Melbourne Renegades, with the leg-hander announcing that his contract would not be renewed on the same day as his historic achievement. The 32-year-old learned just hours before yesterday’s clash, where he became the first bowler in KFC BBL history to win four wickets from … Read more

Ash Cricket 2022: First day of historic Hobart Ashes Test cut short by light drizzle

Ash Cricket 2022: First day of historic Hobart Ashes Test cut short by light drizzle

Cricket fans have expressed their disgust after 30.3 overs of Ashes action at Blundstone Arena were lost due to light drizzle. Test cricket knows how to shoot itself in the foot. The first day of the historic Ash Pink Ball Test in Hobart ended in ‘pathetic’ circumstances, with a light shower of rain robbing Tasmania … Read more

First day of historic Hobart Ash Test cut short by light drizzle

First day of historic Hobart Ash Test cut short by light drizzle

Test cricket knows how to shoot itself in the foot. The first day of the historic Ash Pink Ball Test in Hobart ended in ‘pathetic’ circumstances, with a light shower of rain robbing Tasmania cricket fans of 30.3 overs of action. Light rain began to fall in the early evening at Blundstone Arena, and referees … Read more