A vision for cycling

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Southwark Green Party put together a simple document on some of the steps Southwark Council could take to make cycling easier, safer and more attractive for everyone, age 8-80. Download it here. (Image credit: Adam Hypki)

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Green News March 2017

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Download the latest Green News from Southwark Green Party. Find out more about Southwark Council's 'regeneration' of council estates, new cycle routes and air pollution. There's also information on the work of Green London Assembly member Sian Berry to protect and extend the rights of renters. And our regular column on the things we love about Southwark celebrates Benhill Road Nature Garden.

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Air pollution news

Air pollution affects everyone, and we must take real steps to reduce levels of nitrogen dioxide and particulates. This means steps like: fewer journeys by car, cleaner buses and taxis, insulation on homes to reduce the emissions from heating.

George Monbiot wrote a helpful summary of the damage that air pollution is doing to children's health and gave permission for others to reprint it. We have added some advice about how you can protect yourself by reducing your exposure, for example by taking back roads instead of main roads.

But the most important thing is to get overall levels down. This needs action at the national and local levels. Read more about our campaigns and our response to Southwark Council's weak and inadequate air pollution plans here.

You are welcome to download and print copies of this information to share with others.

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