Alison Pridmore

Alison Pridmore
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Increasingly, the debate on transport policy involves the challenge of sustainable development. The concept of sustainable transport is derived from the general term of sustainable development. Sustainable transportation can be considered by examining the sustainability of the transport system itself, in view of its positive and negative external e...
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This is a preprint of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation [© Taylor & Francis] and the definitive version is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15568310802471735 The acceptability of existing and potential future aviation taxes in the United Kingdom is explore...
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The key aim of this paper is to examine strategic pathways to low carbon personal transport in Britain and to compare these with the current trajectory of transport policy. A 2050 baseline was established using trend information, forecasts and best evidence from the literature on response to policy intervention. A range of strategies are tested inc...
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This article was published in the journal, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation [© Taylor & Francis]. The definitive version is available at: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/15568318.asp Transport is currently responsible for around a quarter of the UK’s total anthropogenic CO2 emissions and this proportion is projected to inc...
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The paper reports on the development of UK transport targets for CO2 emissions for 2050. Five key studies containing future carbon emissions scenarios for the UK were used to establish targets for overall reductions in emissions to achieve stabilisation at 550 and 450 ppm of atmospheric CO2. Two approaches were used to consider the proportion of to...
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Climate change is an internationally recognised problem. The transport sector in the UK is responsible for approximately 26% of the country’s CO2 emissions and this proportion is growing. If deep cuts in CO2 emissions are required to slow the pace of climate change then the transport sector will have to play a role. This paper firstly examines the...
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Hydrogen is likely to become a major new fuel for transport and district or domestic-scale combined heat and power systems in the 21st century. Depending on the specific production technology, hydrogen can displace fossil fuels and limit or completely displace the production of carbon dioxide. It may also enhance energy system security through incr...

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