How can businesses contribute to London’s clean air?

Wednesday 11 July 2018

12:30-13:00

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

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Cross River Partnership

Air quality is one of the capital’s most pressing challenges, with current pollution levels contributing to over 9,000 early deaths each year. The Mayor, boroughs, business improvement districts, individual businesses and communities are all taking action to improve the air we breathe. But there is still much more to be done.

Cross River Partnership (CRP) and its public and private sector partners present their strategies for Clean Air for London. From world-leading traffic regulations to idling and personal delivery behaviour change campaigns and from parklets and greening to business support tools and services, how can individuals and businesses be part of London’s clean air future?

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 Susannah Wilks, Director, Cross River Partnership

Brendon Harper, Air Quality Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

Tanja Dalle-Muenchmeyer, Programme Manager - Electric Freight, Cross River Partnership

Alison Gregory, Environment & Sustainability Manager, Northbank BID

 

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Tickets to this event are free. Register here.

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Air quality is one of the capital’s most pressing challenges, with current pollution levels contributing to over 9,000 early deaths each year. The Mayor, boroughs, business improvement districts, individual businesses and communities are all taking action to improve the air we breathe. But there is still much more to be done.

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