#7: London’s Low-Carbon Future

August 17, 2005
by phil
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Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London, has set a tough but necessary target for London to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 20% (from 1990 levels) by 2010.The Mayor has set a tough but necessary target for London to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 20% (from 1990 levels) by 2010.

We speak to Mark Watts, one of Ken Livingstone’s energy advisors, about what else the Greater London Authority has up its sleeve to meet this demanding challenge.

We also speak to Nusrat Yousuf from Camden council to find out about their plans to put five wind turbines on top of the town hall extension in King’s Cross as well as their wider plans for reducing emissions across the borough.

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