Key findings of the survey indicate that the government does not give enough priority to reducing transport emissions and is falling behind leading nations; only a minority (16%) believe the Government is giving sufficient priority to low carbon transport issues, compared to 72% who disagree. Only 4% believe the UK is a 'global leader', and 15% see the UK as a leader in Europe. In contrast, the majority believe that the UK is either an 'average performer' (49%) or lagging behind other countries (31%).
Greg Archer, the LowCVP Managing Director, commented: 'this survey of LowCVP members shows the need for Government to adopt a more strategic approach to reducing transport emissions'.
Posted on 24th June 2009
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