London is one of the greenest cities in the world. There are over 8 million trees, spread across numerous parks, gardens and streets. Despite its green look, the capital’s air quality is poor. This affects everyone who lives, works or visits London. Every year over 9,416 Londoners die because of air pollution, caused 50% by road transport.
The Mayor has plans to improve London's environment, including cleaning up our air - and wants to hear your ideas too.
Help to shape the London Environment Strategy by taking part in the surveys and discussions below.
London is already one of the greenest cities in the world. There are over 8 million trees, plus numerous parks...
Single use, disposable cups (such as coffee cups) and bottles (such as for bottled water) create a lot of waste.
The recycling materials that are collected can vary from borough to borough.
Reusing products is a way to reduce waste. We can repair things rather than replacing them when they break or wear out.
Do you live in a flat? What is your experience of recycling? Do you encounter any problems?
More and more Londoners shop online, and often these deliveries get sent to workplaces in central locations.
If you wanted to change energy supplier how would you go about finding the best one for you?
Do you know anything about Mayoral or Government schemes to help people with energy saving measures?
In periods of hot weather are there any particular problems you have in London or at home?
Many homes, particularly those in basements or in certain parts of London, are at risk of flooding when in heavy storms.