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London’s new historic Living Green Visitor Centre »

The Living Green centre at Morden Hall Park combines the highest standards of restoration work with the latest energy-efficient technology to house an exhibition about sustainable green living and renewable energy, and more.

London 2012 Learning Legacy: showcasing sustainable construction »

Learning Legacy: London 2012 is an online library of resources to share the knowledge learned through construction of the Olympic Park, providing a blueprint for sustainable, safe and successful construction.

Well behaviour change has certainly changed »

LSx's Samantha Heath and Gayle Burgess reflect on their experience of connecting and motivating people for a more sustainable London, drawing lessons for current and future work to change behaviour.

Climate change and vulnerable people: what role for voluntary organisations? »

Introducing a new project working with voluntary and community organisations supporting vulnerable people to explore how climate change will affect their lives, and what this will mean for their beneficiaries and work.

Wanted: organisations working with older or disabled Londoners for climate change project »

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations is looking for organisations working with older or disabled Londoners (including those with mental health needs) to take part in its new climate change project.

BASELondon: Opportunity in a low-carbon London »

22 June 2011, London: BASELondon will focus on the commercial opportunities of a sustainable London, bringing together City Hall, local government and the private sector to address London's low-carbon transformation.

London 2012 inspires sustainable living »

Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has announced new funding to start projects providing a ‘greenprint’ to help local residents turn derelict land into accessible green spaces, recycle more, and travel more sustainably.

New London Leaders for a better city »

The London Sustainable Development Commission (LSDC) has announced the latest group of 15 London Leaders, “15 ordinary Londoners with extraordinary vision”, to promote sustainable living.

Leading London to smarter procurement »

The GLA Group's use of responsible procurement to deliver long term value to London is highlighted in its 2010 progress report, while the Mayor’s Responsible Procurement Awards recognised the contributions of suppliers and staff.

Recognising responsible procurement in London »

The Mayor of London's Responsible Procurement Awards will recognise the contributions that suppliers and staff make in using procurement to deliver value for money and social and environmental benefits to London.