Greening the Community; cleaner, safer, greener for us all ! 8 August 1030 – 1230

We’re delighted to be part of an event which is focussing on many different projects and groups, each of which is part of the community jigsaw to green the borough. Who’ll be there ? Islington’s Forest for Change team, London Parklet Campaign, Cycle Buddies, information about Cycle Islington’s family bike ride on 14 August andContinue reading “Greening the Community; cleaner, safer, greener for us all ! 8 August 1030 – 1230”

200 trees are coming to Islington !

Islington Clean Air Parents have secured 200 trees from the London Design Biennale at Somerset House. This is an inspiring project, supported by the council; the trees will come to live in our empty treepits and other grey spaces which could support a tree. It’s so exciting to see trees being planted and not beingContinue reading “200 trees are coming to Islington !”

Webinar to inspire – 13 May: micro-greening our urban grey

Come and be inspired about what you can do to green your local environment right here right now; four speakers will share what they’re doing here in Islington and you will leave buzzing with positivity. STOP PRESS 11 May: we have five speakers, with a most welcome late entry to update us on some excitingContinue reading “Webinar to inspire – 13 May: micro-greening our urban grey”

Islington Clean Air Toolkit event for Schools – 28 January at 1930

ICAP have been busy ! They have their launch of the Clean Air Toolkit for Schools at the end of January so book your ticket on Eventbrite and find out how you can campaign for cleaner air, a reduction in toxic air pollution and improve the environment at your childrens’ school. More info here: https://islingtoncleanairparents.wordpress.com/2020/12/21/clean-air-toolkit-for-schools-launch-event/

Community groups come together !

Four groups (Cycle Islington, Islington Living Streets, Islington Clean Air Parents and Fossil Free Islington) recently met the council leader Cllr Richard Watts and transport/environment lead Cllr Rowena Champion to discuss how we can work together on the rollout of LTNs. While the council are working on the actual plans, we are gathering a listContinue reading “Community groups come together !”