Air Quality

Government Runs Rough-Shod Over Residents on Aircraft Noise

Murad Qureshi | Posted 13.07.2013 | UK Politics
Murad Qureshi

When the Government published its aviation policy framework in draft form, it asked the right questions about noise, air quality and climate change, but the final version fails to deliver on these. It is disappointing that so few of the recommendations we and others made have been taken up by the Government.

Will Beijing 2008 Still be the Greenest Games Ever?

Anders Lorenzen | Posted 30.09.2012 | UK Sport
Anders Lorenzen

When London won the Olympic bid, it was claimed that these would be the 'greenest Olympics ever'. While there have been some important green strides, some of which undoubtedly can be used to inform future major sporting events, it's been disappointing that so many of the initial green pledges have since been dropped.

Say No to Boris, London's Environment Demands It

Damien Clarkson | Posted 01.07.2012 | UK Politics
Damien Clarkson

Tomorrow us Londoners have to choose who will be our Mayor for the next four years. As a green I wish Jenny Jones was heading for a huge victory but I am realistic and know that a strong vote for green candidates in the London assembly is probably the best we can hope for this time around.

You Can't Buy Green Cool Boris

Damien Clarkson | Posted 04.06.2012 | UK Politics
Damien Clarkson

With Boris Johnson as Mayor of London, I believe we would be gambling with the environmental wellbeing for future generations. The time for comedy interviews and PR stunt has ended, let's elect a Mayor ready to listen to people not big business.

Tom Zeller Jr.

On Poor Air Quality, We Face 'Perfect Storm' In 2012 - Or Do We?

HuffingtonPost.com | Tom Zeller Jr. | Posted 04.09.2011 | UK

Last Wednesday at the View Tube, an arts and community center in East London within clear view of the nascent 2012 Olympic site, the artist Faisal Abd...