Thousands of Londoners are doing simple things to make our city greener, healthier and wilder. Find out what you can do to take part. Count local wildlife Take time to notice our wild neighbours. Watching and counting local wildlife is fun, but also important. De-pave your garden Changing just a part of your garden from grey to green can help reduce the risk of flooding and encourage wildlife. Get growing Growing your own fruit and vegetables not only tastes great - it’s also good for health, wellbeing and the environment. Plant flowers Help bees thrive in the city and bring the buzz back to your neighbourhood by planting flowers that they love. London’s great outdoors Get outside – discover London’s green spaces and hidden gems. Give it a Grow Helping 10,000 Londoners get growing Sign up for green emails Sign up to learn about local wildlife, help boost bee numbers, support the city's green spaces and lots more. Related content London National Park City How the Mayor is contributing to London being the world's first National Park City. Greener City Fund Mayor Sadiq Khan’s fund to create and improve green spaces and encourage more tree planting in London. Trees and woodlands London is one of the greenest cities in the world. Trees and woodlands make London a healthier, more attractive place. Environment newsletter Sign up now to receive updates on environmental policy, projects, events and opportunities.