Northern Ireland ‘has fallen behind in EV charging infrastructure’

Government data shows the region has the lowest level of charging device provision, with just 17 devices per 100,000 people

Dog-poo capital of the UK is crowned – but where is it?

The amount of dog poop found in public spaces in London every day is equivalent to the weight of 276 Asian Elephants, new report finds

Fresh £5m funding to scrap polluting cars for cleaner alternatives for low income Londoners

Motorists can apply for £2,000 for scrapping a car and £1,000 for scrapping a motorcycle or moped, with charities also able to access funding to scrap minibuses

Fresh £6m investment announced for green spaces across London

Cutting-edge data, including new climate risk mapping that highlights where Londoners are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, will be used

London launches England’s first ever hydrogen double decker buses

The 20 new environmentally-friendly buses will help reduce Transport for London’s carbon footprint as well as harmful emissions to ensure cleaner air for Londoners

‘UK first’: bp pulse plugs in rapid EV charging hub for fleets in London

The multi-charger hub on Park Lane can provide rapid charging for up to 10 vehicles simultaneously, with Uber the first customer to get access to the chargers

London puts solar on the curriculum

Solar Energy UK and Mayor of London offer training and apprenticeships in solar technologies

Thames Water fined £4m after ‘catastrophic’ sewage spill

Around 79m litres of untreated sewage sludge escaped across an area of around 6,500 square metres – it took 30 people a day for almost a month to clean up the sludge, which was said to be ankle deep in places

London Mayor Sadiq Khan recommits to ULEZ expansion to reduce toxic air pollution

The expanded ULEZ will cover an area 18 times larger than the central London ULEZ and will affect older, more polluting vehicles that don’t comply with strict emission standards

New era for London drinking water after £20m IT upgrade

The new system monitors operations of the five big treatment works in London and more than 200 other facilities