Goldsmiths says there’s an art to going green

The university has declared an official climate emergency and committed to become a carbon neutral organisation by 2025

High levels of pollution detected by 40% of air quality sensors in London

The network found levels of pollution likely to exceed legal limits not only in central London but also outer boroughs such as Barking, Hillingdon and Kingston

London becomes the world’s first National Park City

Mayor Sadiq Khan will co-sign the London National Park City Charter today, which matches the long term goals in the Environment Strategy

New contract sees 100 public water fountains make a splash across London

In a bid to reduce the amount of single-use plastic being generated from bottled water usage, MIW Water Cooler Experts are deploying the green infrastructure across the city

‘World’s first’ climate risk government bond index launched in London

It incorporates a forward-looking assessment of the climate risks countries face

Could retrofitting lampposts with plants give Londoners some breathing space?

Scotscape, Greenwich University and Grosvenor believe it could – they are piloting the idea in Belgravia’s Ebury Street

UK’s finance sector ‘has bigger role to play than any other industry in going green’

That’s the call to action City Minister John Glen is to make when he speaks at the third Green Finance Summit in London later today

Double win for Utility Bidder at TELCA 2019

The company took home the Best Customer Service for SME customers and the Consultancy of the Year awards

The first three kilometres of the Thames Tideway Tunnel are now complete

Tideway has published its latest annual report confirming the project is on schedule to be finished by 2024

Sadiq Khan plans car-free day in London to tackle air pollution

Roads will be closed around Tower Bridge, London Bridge and much of the City of London, stretching 20 kilometres on 22nd September