In the UK, transport accounts for around a quarter of domestic greenhouse gas emissions.

Behavioural change is seen as an important component in reducing this, both by reducing the amount of emissions from transport and by reducing the proportion of emissions from transport relative to other sources of emissions.

This report presents the findings from an 18-month deliberative study that has explored public attitudes to climate change and how this relates to their personal travel choices.

Specifically this research provides a greater insight into public understanding of climate change and how it relates to personal travel behaviours, explores the barriers and motivations for travel behaviour change, and considers the role of information in increasing public awareness and understanding of the issues.