Welcome to the web site of the GreenSafe Foundation, a registered charity involved
in road safety and sustainable transport. It is our desire to promote and fund research
into road safety, sustainable transport and the wider ‘green’ economy. We also want
to help disseminate the knowledge gained from research to professional practitioners
who need it to reduce the amount of death and injury from road collisions and to
reduce the harmful environmental impact of road transport on our environment.
Board of Trustees
The charitable objects of the GreenSafe Foundation are:
to advance the education of the public in the conservation, protection and improvement
of the physical and natural environment for the public benefit and;
to advance the education of the public in the subject of sustainable transport and
road safety for the public benefit.
Are you looking for UK-MoRSE, the national road safety monitoring and discussion
space? You can find it at: www.uk-morse.com
GSF was asked to contribute to the new PACTS ‘think piece’, Making it Count, aimed
at informing public sector decision makers poised to make cuts.
GSF launches The Driscoll Club, an attempt to encourage radical thinking in road
safety and named after the UK’s first fatal pedestrian road casualty.
The GSF has drafted a joint briefing document with other road safety organisations
called ‘Making it Count’, aimed at local decision makers. The briefing makes the
economic, moral, legal and social case for road safety spending.
GSF is taking part in the launch of the UN Decade of Action, has made a commitment
and registered to use the logo (see left). It is ironic that the launch comes at
the nadir of road safety in the UK, but we need to roll up our collective sleeves
and get on!