Children are reclaiming space on their streets in Islington. This is a sign of a healthy habitat in our urban neighbourhoods, Rachael explores why we should all support their newfound freedom right now.
As world leaders meet for COP26 in Glasgow, what can we do to reduce the impacts of climate change.
It’s essential the government back the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill (CEE Bill). Legislation is the best way to protect our children’s health and their future.
Our mission is to plant up to 200 trees in Islington to help reduce toxic air pollution and counter the heating effects of climate change. But we also value the impact they have on the environment and residents wellbeing. That’s why we are striving to find homes for Islington Forest for Change trees in asContinue reading “Finding forever homes for Islington Forest for Change Trees”
Reduce pollution near your child’s school, nursery or local park by putting up posters in the surrounding roads, asking drivers to switch off.
Lucy Facer meets Islington parent and mobility scooter user Carly Ashdown to find out what impact People Friendly Streets will have on the school run.
School Street schemes close school roads for pedestrian and cycling access only during pick up and drop off. They are proving to be hugely successful in creating a safer environment for children to walk, cycle and scoot, free from traffic. This significantly reduces air pollution caused by traffic, increases road safety and enables social distancing.Continue reading “How to campaign for a School Street in Islington”