Net zero is not enough

placard reading there is no planet b

As part of London Climate Action Week, on Wednesday 18 November, Future of London looked beyond net zero. We discussed the roles of green infrastructure and regenerative architecture, the importance of tackling both health inequalities and environmental inequalities, and how we can better involve local communities and better collaborate across sectors.

Conference write-up: working towards solutions for a Green Recovery

towards solutions workshop speaker grid

A green recovery could help us both recover economically from Covid-19 and tackle the climate emergency, by delivering more sustainable growth and transitioning to a low-carbon economy. So how can cross-sector working come up with the solutions London needs to move towards a green recovery? As part of our Achieving … Read more

Report launch: Overcoming London’s Barriers

Launched on 11 December, Overcoming London’s Barriers, shares practical approaches to addressing barriers and their impacts, collected through a year of research and discussion with cross-sector practitioners throughout London.

Beyond borders: Overcoming administrative barriers

Future of London’s Overcoming Barriers programme is looking at the impact of both physical barriers, such as roads, rail and rivers and administrative boundaries across London. The geography and impact of London’s administrative boundaries may not be as immediately obvious as those of its physical barriers, are no less relevant … Read more

Overcoming barriers: Linking up Lewisham

field trip group in Catford

On 1 Aug, we visited Lewisham and Catford to learn how LB Lewisham is leading the way on transformative schemes to overcome major physical barriers, including removing a major roundabout and realigning the South Circular.

Overcoming physical barriers roundtable

physical barriers roundtable discussion

Major roads, railways, waterways and other infrastructure are integral for connectivity within London, but ironically risk causing local severance, dividing and cutting off communities. At our 19 July roundtable, senior cross-sector practitioners shared experiences of tackling physical barriers.