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July Newsletter

July Newsletter

17 July 2013

July’s newsletter features news about the launch of LCCP’s Observing London publication, new LCCP Members, work updates, events and details of our latest blog. … Read more

Observing London: Weather data needed for London to thrive

Observing London: Weather data needed for London to thrive

17 July 2013

Weather observations are among the most important data required for a city to function. London has a surprising amount of weather data – about 260 stations that measure some aspect of London’s atmosphere, including rainfall, temperature and air quality.
Observing London highlights that more comprehensive and accessible data will helps us to better understand and adapt to current and future conditions – ensuring the capital is a resilient and thriving city. … Read publication

March Newsletter

March Newsletter

1 March 2013

March’s newsletter features news about LCCP’s new Chair, work updates and latest blog about the Green Deal and overheating. … Read more

Your social housing in a changing climate

Your social housing in a changing climate

12 February 2013

London is already affected by events such as floods, heatwaves and droughts, and as our climate changes we expect to see an increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events. Those vulnerable people living in social housing are likely to feel the effects the most and so it rests with social landlords to ensure … Read publication

Defra consultation – Proposed approach to the second round of the Adaptation Reporting Power

Defra consultation – Proposed approach to the second round of the Adaptation Reporting Power

12 February 2013

Read LCCP’s response to Defra’s consultation regarding the Government’s proposed approach to second round of the Adaptation Reporting Power … Read more

Defra’s Triennial Review of the Environment Agency and Natural England

Defra’s Triennial Review of the Environment Agency and Natural England

1 February 2013

Read London Climate Change Partnership’s response to Defra’s Triennial Review of the Environment Agency and Natural England … Read more

Linking environment and health

Linking environment and health

26 November 2012

Linking Environment and Health is a resource for policy-makers which addresses the connection between health and well-being, population health and environmental change. The guidance identifies the strategic challenges involved and outlines what practical steps can be taken to increase the health and resilience of London’s communities. … Read publication

Equinox Care

Equinox Care

17 October 2012

Climate change is expected to have a range of impacts on human health in the UK, mainly due to higher average temperatures and an increase in the frequency and severity of extreme weather, such as heat waves and flood. Groups with pre-existing vulnerabilities are expected to be most affected by these impacts. London, with its dense urban environment and lack of green space, is particularly susceptible to heat. … View case study

Drain London

Drain London

17 September 2012

Surface Water flood risk has for a long time been poorly understood, recorded and mapped. For London with its combination of predominantly underlying clay soils and extensive impermeable surfaces, it is recognised that the risk of surface water flooding is high. … View case study

National Centre for Voluntary Organisations

National Centre for Voluntary Organisations

21 August 2012

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) champions and strengthens the voluntary sector in England. NCVO recognises that climate change will affect all aspects of society. It believes that voluntary organisations have a crucial role to play in helping communities across the country to respond to the emerging challenges. … View case study