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.

 

Responding to the Ultra Low Emissions Zone

Our response to the Ultra Low Emissions Zone, based on information from a number of events that we have held with communities over the past year.

 

Blog February 2018

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

 

Healthy Air Campaign: Joint Autumn Budget Letter 2017

 

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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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

How to save money and waste less this Christmas

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Almost overnight, sometime in November, high streets came to life as retailers dressed their stores in festive decorations, inviting us in from the cold outdoors to browse through shelves of Read More

COP23 & The London Environment Strategy: Beyond Paris

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From the 6-17th of November, Germany will host the Parties of the UNFCCC in the city of Bonn, Germany.   Being one of Europe’s biggest producers of renewable energy, Germany Read More

Fiji – A small island with a Big voice

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This year, the United Nations Conference of the Parties will be presided over by Fiji, making history as the first Small Island Developing State to do so.   Home to Read More

Air pollution: What is the problem? How can the planning regime help?

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In this article, Stephen Moorcroft looks at the air quality problems that are currently faced by many UK cities, and asks what benefits can be delivered through the planning regime. Read More

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