The Sustainable City Awards 2018 are now open!

From the smallest of grass roots groups to the biggest multi-nationals, the Sustainable City Awards celebrate the best examples of innovation and good practice, for a smarter, healthier and more environmentally friendly world.

 

Cleaner Air 4 Schools Report

The FiA Foundation have published the final report as part of the Cleaner Air 4 Schools campaign

 

Brentford Together

A group of charities has been shortlisted for a Big Lottery Fund grant to make new opportunities available. But they need your help. Tell us what you think and help us create the project.

 

Latest Blog

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

 

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.

 

Our Response to the New London Plan

 

Response to the draft London Environment Strategy

 

London Sustainability Exchange

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

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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

The Textile Issue – London Textile Forum 2018: What, Why, How and When?

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21st February 2018 by Mathilde Batelier What is the Issue with the Textile Industry? The textile industry is one of the most polluting, unethical and wasteful industries on earth. It’s actually the Read More

Sustainability, its challenges and its successes

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What the Sustainable City Awards mean to us. By Mathilde Batelier This is the time of year where we let the excitement fill us with the promises of new discoveries and Read More

Waste in London: The London Plan, the Chinese Ban and the New Government’s War

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  February 2018 by Mathilde Batelier Recently, the issue of waste has been at the forefront of media stories, worldwide and national policies. Despite the focus on plastic waste in the oceans, Read More

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