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Everything you need to know about London's transition to net zero

'London is part of the C40 Cities network, a global group of nearly 100 major metropolitan areas working to drive faster action on climate change and improve residents' lives.' Image: UNSPLASH/Giammarco

Laurie Goering

Editor, AlertNet Climate

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan speaks to students and staff at Prior Weston Primary School in London, England, on September 23 2021. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Cormac O’Brien

An electric van charges outside Hackney Service Centre in London, England. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips

Sunflowers grow high in front of homes retrofitted with new exterior insulation in the Ealing borough of London, Britain, on October 21, 2021. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips
A view of the entrance to a social housing home set to be retrofitted with full exterior insulation – like a “tea cozy” – as well as triple-glazed windows, a heat pump and solar panels with a battery system in the “Trees Estate” in the west London borough of Ealing, England. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips

A jogger crosses the road near a London double-decker bus and a sign advising motorists of the expansion of London’s Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ), aimed at cleaning the city’s air. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips

An electric car navigates a busy road junction in Clapham South, a south London district known for its challenging-to-retrofit Victorian terraced houses in London, England Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips

Commuters await the arrival of a Jubilee Line subway train at London Bridge Underground Station in London, England. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips
A view of the Thames Barrier, a set of floodwalls in east London that help protect the city from tidal surges, on October 21, 2021. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dan Phillips

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