UK Core Cities and London represent half a trillion pound investment opportunity, says new report. Investing in net zero projects such as solar panels, building retrofit and electric vehicle charging points across the eleven Core Cities and London will create a £500 billion investment opportunity, according to new research.
Two-thirds of Londoners (66%) have had an increased level of concern about climate change in the last 12 months, new polling commissioned by London Councils reveals.
"This report is a stark warning that the time to act is now." London Councils responds to the IPCC's latest report on the climate emergency
London Councils responds to the warnings laid out in the latest report by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
"London has a vital role to play in reducing national carbon emissions" - London Councils' statement in response to government's Transport Decarbonisation Plan
Mayor Philip Glanville, Chair of London Councils' Transport and Environment Committee, responds to this week's Transport Decarbonisation Plan from government.
"Government must recognise local authorities as an indispensable partner in achieving Net Zero targets" London Councils responds to NAO's report on local authorities and Net Zero in England.
Mayor Philip Glanville, Chair of London Councils' Transport and Environment Committee, responds to NAO's report on local government and Net Zero in England
New Climate Investment Commission begins work to identify Green Investment opportunities across UK Cities
Cities, investment and innovation experts have today (Thursday July 1st) launched a Commission which begins the process of identifying a transformational programme of Green Growth for the UK’s cities. Initial analysis by the Commission of UK city climate plans suggests that meeting net zero in London and the UK’s Core Cities could bring up to £330bn of investment into the UK.
Consumption-based emissions by London boroughs have reduced but not fast enough to meet emission targets, warns new report
Consumption-based emissions by London boroughs have declined on average over the last two decades but there is still much more work to do in order to reach emission targets, warns a new report by London Councils and ReLondon.
London Councils, TfL and a core group of London boroughs announce the beginning of London's rented e-scooter trial.
London boroughs are championing Londoners who want to make the switch to electric vehicles through the delivery of more than 3,000 on-street charge points in residential areas. This makes up nearly half of the 6,500 charge point devices delivered across the capital in the last two years.