The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today set out his ambitious vision for London’s environment in 2050, presenting his Environment Strategy to the London Assembly for consideration before final publication in the coming weeks. The strategy outlines Sadiq’s plans for making the city a greener, cleaner and healthier place by targeting London’s toxic air, increasing its green cover and making London a zero-carbon city by 2050 with energy efficient buildings, clean transport and energy and increasing recycling. All this will boost London’s green spaces, clean up its air, and help safeguard the health and wellbeing of all Londoners. For the first time, this strategy brings together approaches to every aspect of London’s environment in one integrated document. The publication follows one of City Hall’s largest ever strategy consultations with almost 3,000 Londoners and 370 stakeholders responding to the draft Strategy launched last August.
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan has presented the final version of the capital’s ambitious 2050 Environment Plan to the London Assembly this morning, ahead of its official publication in the coming weeks. The strategy, first released for consultation last summer, envisions London becoming a ‘zero carbon’ city by mid-century, boasting cleaner air and more green space.
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