Meet the Sustainable City Awards 2018 winners!

The awards have finally taken place, and what an amazing night we had celebrating the incredible work of so many businesses and organisations that are striving to promote sustainable practice and innovation.

 

Pollinator Paths

We're transforming London's green spaces and balconies to help our local pollinators.

 

London Clean Air Petition

Please sign our petition to the UK government to make London eligible for the Clean Air Fund, including a Diesel Scrappage Scheme.

 

London Sustainability Exchange

LSx is a “think and do” charity which creates collaborations that address the complex barriers to a sustainable London.

What we do

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The Clean Air Bill 2017-19

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The Clean Air Act: A Short History The Clean Air Act was introduced in 1956, following the Great Smog that enveloped London for four days in 1952 that caused thousands Read More

2018 Sustainable City Awards’ Big Winners

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By Shehla Chowdhury  Last Thursday night was one of the most important events of the year: the Sustainable City Awards. This awards scheme, founded by the City of London Corporation Read More

Tackling Air Pollution on Your Doorstep: Empowering Small Solutions for Big Impacts

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24th May 2018 by Oscar Brookes Living in a large city can seem to be an intimidating and complicated existence at times. Safe to say everyone would like to solve world hunger, achieve Read More

Real Nappies for London: a “bottom-up” approach to reducing waste and creating community! What I learned from the Real Nappies for London’s Breakfast Briefing.

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17th May 2018 by Charlotte Hawthorne I am not a mum, do not look after children in my day-to-day, and now that I think of it… have never actually changed a nappy. However, Read More

Call for Papers

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In less than 200 years, the proportion of the world’s population living in cities has grown from 5 per cent to more than half. By 2050, cities will need to Read More

The Thames Tideway Tunnel: What I learned from The Future of Green Infrastructure – SuDS, Sewage & Tideway.

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4th April 2018 by Charlotte Hawthorne When you think of a relaxing cruise down the Thames, the last thing you think about is getting excited about a sewage-outlet guided tour. However, some Read More

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