London’s illegal air pollution peaks fall almost 100% since 2016

The Mayor’s Office notes before Sadiq Khan came into power, London’s air exceeded the hourly legal limit for nitrogen dioxide for more than 4,000 hours

London mayor launches £3.6m fund to make homes energy efficient

The Retrofit Accelerator for Homes will provide financial support to local authorities and housing associations to make ‘urgent’ upgrades and improvements

London Mayor Sadiq Khan boosts payments for van scrappage scheme

In addition, more businesses can benefit from the scheme as the eligibility criteria has been changed to include small businesses with 50 or less employees

Sadiq Khan launches new green energy company – London Power

The profits made by City Hall will be reinvested in community projects to help tackle fuel poverty and make London a zero carbon city

Plans for new climate change innovation centre in London

It will be based at Imperial College London and help drive the development of new technologies, businesses and jobs that supports a zero carbon and climate resilient future

ULEZ: Polluting car charge cuts London’s toxic fumes by a third

A new report reveals there are now 13,500 fewer polluting cars being driven into central London every day

London Power: Sadiq Khan unveils plans for new ‘green’ energy company

It is a partnership with Octopus Energy and will be launched this December

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

Sadiq Khan: ‘Climate delayers’ are the biggest obstacle

The London Mayor blamed said ending solar tariffs, blocking onshore wind projects and cutting domestic energy efficiency funding are significantly slowing green progress