Camden’s Climate Action Plan: Landscape of Opportunities

In July 2019, Camden Council held a Citizens’ Assembly on the climate crisis, the first of its kind in the UK, to develop a set of proposals on how Camden should address the climate emergency. These proposals, based on evidence and recommendations from scientists, environmental groups and energy practitioners, informed the new Camden’s Climate Action

Be a #pesticidebuster and make Camden pesticide free

We are calling on the London Borough of Camden to stop using all pesticides where an alternative is available, whether by themselves or by sub-contractors. This should be in all areas under their control such as parks, streets etc. Please sign the online petition here.   What’s wrong with pesticides? Pesticides, including herbicides, insecticides and

Power to the pedestrians

We love sustainable transport – we even made a sustainable transport treasure trail! Camden Council have some innovative initiatives around sustainable transport including Green Streets Fitzrovia and free car club membership for the first 150 residents to give up their resident parking permits. However we are worried that TfL’s plan to roll out pedestrian countdown

Camden Council supports our Final Demand

Camden Council has joined Friends of the Earth and other local authorities across the country in objecting to the Government’s consultation proposals to cut Feed-in-tariff (FiT) rates for solar electricity projects. A news article on Camden’s website Camden Council slams government’s bid to cut solar feed-in-tariffs states: The FiT currently guarantees an income to installers

Camden’s Transport Strategy 2011-2031

The Camden Transport Strategy 2011-2031 sets out how the Council will address a range of transport challenges. The strategy also forms the Local Implementation Plan, also called LIP, a key element to request funding from TfL. Camden Friends of the Earth answered the consultation in February 2011, supporting most orientation but pushing for a more