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Recently, I was with a group that included representatives from various areas of the leisure vehicle industry. We were locked in a room (OK, we weren’t actually locked in) to share ideas on what a low or zero-carbon future could look like, as well as to investigate potential solutions to get us to a more sustainable future; not just manufacturers and suppliers, but also the people who use motorhomes, campervans and caravans.

It was the first of what is planned to be a series of meetings that, we hope, will attract more participants as it gathers pace – everyone from the big manufacturing groups to dealers to campsites to people like you.

The hope is this will spark the sharing of ideas, the development and roll-out of low and zero-carbon initiatives, and the promotion of these initiatives to users of leisure vehicles, so you are fully aware of what the industry is doing to drive down carbon use and to inform you of what you can do to reduce your own carbon use when out in your ’van.

What we know is that there are many companies already ploughing their own sustainability path, but they are working independently and this, we felt, could slow the move to the ultimate goal of making a motorhome or campervan (or caravan) the most sustainable holiday choice.

It’s a great vision and now I ’m asking for your help. If you have ideas or plans on getting to that goal or have information on companies or individuals who already have green initiatives in place, then do get in touch with us at

Daniel Attwood Managing Editor

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