Tag Archives: Greener London

My proposals for a Greener London: Sian Berry

Mayoral Candidate Photoshoot - Richmond.jpgLast month we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work.

In the lead up to the London mayoral election, we are publishing blogs from candidates, laying out their plans for a Greener London.

Today’s post is from Green Party candidate Sian Berry.

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My proposals for a Greener London: Caroline Pidgeon

p1733032826-o550140132-3.jpgLast month we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work.

In the lead up to the London mayoral election, we are publishing blogs from candidates which will lay out their plans for a Greener London.

Today we hear from Liberal Democrat candidate Caroline Pidgeon.

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What I want for London: a healthy and sustainable food system

 

Last month we launcComposition with assorted raw organic vegetableshed Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work.

While mayoral candidates are outlining their plans for the city, we also asked people from organisations active in the capital to tell us the one thing they’d like to see for a greener London.

Today we hear from Sofia Parente, London Food Link Officer at Sustain.

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My proposals for a Greener London: Zac Goldsmith MP

Zac headshot.jpgLast month we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work.

In the lead up to the London mayoral election, we are publishing blogs from candidates which will lay out their plans for a Greener London.

Today we hear from Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith MP.

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My proposals for a Greener London: Sadiq Khan MP

Sadiq headshotLast month we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work.

Starting today, with exactly a month to go until the London mayoral election, we will be publishing blogs from candidates which will lay out their plans for a Greener London.

Today we hear from Labour candidate Sadiq Khan MP.

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Housing and planning bill shows national policy making is still short sighted

Sandbags Outside Front Door Of Flooded HouseThis post is by Richard Benwell, head of government affairs at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.

The Greener London report, published last week, is an excellent menu of options for making our capital cleaner, safer and more biodiverse. And, at the Greener London hustings on Friday, we saw mayoral candidates vie with one another over a wide selection of ideas, and over who would commit to finish them faster: Read more

What I want for London: more efficient buildings

London, Canary Wharf (blue hour)This week we published Greener London, with eight other leading environment groups, setting out 20 practical actions for the next mayor of London. Tomorrow, mayoral candidates will be quizzed by Londoners at our Greener London hustings. 

We’ve asked people working at organisations active in the city to tell us the one thing they want for a greener London. Today’s post is by Sarah Williams of the Aldersgate Group. Read more

What I want for London: road pricing

londontrafficFotaliaFeb08100This week we’ve launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work. And, at our Greener London hustings on 4 March, Londoners get their chance to quiz mayoral candidates on their plans.

We’ve also asked people from organisations active in the capital to tell us the one thing they’d like to see for a greener London.

Today, it’s the turn of Dr Ashok Sinha, chief executive of the London Cycling Campaign. Read more

What I want for London: put walking first

walking London credit Ric CapuchoYesterday we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work. And, at our Greener London hustings on 4 March, Londoners get their chance to quiz mayoral candidates on their plans.

So, in Greener London week, we’ve asked people from organisations active in the capital to tell us the one thing they’d like to see for a greener London.  Today, we hear from Sarah Williams of Living Streets Read more

Boris’s big failure: why is London still killing its citizens?

Emissions of a starting diesel engineA little over five years ago, my daughter was born in central London, in an area where the nearest air quality monitoring station recorded particulates as having reached dangerous levels 55 times that year. When 35 bad days are exceeded, the UK falls foul of European air rules, which means it faces court cases and fines until the problem is rectified. Read more