A few month’s ago, I posted details on this site of how to contribute to the consultation on London’s Environmental Strategy. Now it has been published and can be found at the following website:
It includes sections on:
Chapter 1: London’s environment today
Chapter 2: Transforming London’s environment
Chapter 3: New approaches
Chapter 4: Air quality
Chapter 5: Green infrastructure
Chapter 6: Climate change mitigation and energy
Chapter 7: Waste
Chapter 8: Adapting to climate change
Chapter 9: Ambient noise
Chapter 10: Transition to a low carbon circular economy
Chapter 11: GLA group operations – leading by example
and is well-illustrated with colour photographs and graphic representation of data, collected as part of the development of strategy. There are some big plans in it, one of which is to become the cleanest (least polluted) major city in the world, becoming a zero carbon city by 2050.
Chapter 6 is a lengthy section on Climate Change. It provides data on carbon emissions by sector for the city in 2015. These can be broken down into:
Workplaces 40% of emissions; Homes 36% of emissions; Transport 24% of emissions.
An appendix sets out a pathway to reach the target of zero emissions by 2050.