Electric scooters have had a bad press ever since their invention, but there are many positives
How did a vision to make cities more people-friendly become twisted into a dystopian plot?
The ship that's changed 80,000 lives, the Spirit of New Zealand is now on a course to enhance the health of the Hauraki Gulf, with the help of its young crew and partners ashore.
The electrification of Auckland’s ferry fleet stands to massively reduce emissions, but the immense time and capital requirements mean it's no quick fix
The government after October 14 will likely decide how road charges will change
A fleet of more than 200 vehicles and 400 drivers are ferrying football's best around NZ during the FIFA Women's World Cup – a logistical challenge, met with an eco-friendly solution.
NZ Post has been trialling a hydrogen powered truck for a year and the results are promising. Mark Jennings reports.
Auckland, Dunedin, and now Wellington – does pedestrianisation solve problems, or create them?
An electric vehicle is touring NZ roads to gather data companies need to switch to EVs
Motor Trade Association wants the Govt to require annual air pollution tests for vehicles older than 10 years.
With impending decarbonisation goals, the world’s lightest molecule could help us
A heavy diesel truck costs society $1 in health and productivity losses due to air pollution for every km it drives.