A massive baby Trump balloon, organised by climate activists, was part of rolling protests that greeted the president in the UK on Friday
ANALYSIS: Candidates for upcoming mayoral election appear to agree the environment will be a vote-winner in May’s election, with potentially global ramifications
BLOG: Graffiti artist creates mural from London pollution to highlight need for cleaner transport
COMMENT: Talking about climate change no longer makes you the person to avoid at parties, says RTCC’s Sophie Yeo. At today’s march, those people were the party
NEWS: Mayor Boris Johnson to receive report in October on how global warming could harm UK capital
UK capital set for largest energy efficient road lighting project in country, installing 35,000 street lamps by 2016
Williams, Mclaren, renault and Michelin have all contributed to vehicle which has a maximum speed of 220Km/h
London and Leicester are well equipped to deal with climate change, but other cities are falling behind on adaptation plans
Boris Johnson’s environmental advisor Matthew Pencharz on shale gas, air pollution, lessons from the 2012 Olympics and climate adaptation planning
City centre streets consider drastic action as part of efforts to cut emissions and clean up the capital
Sustainable drainage systems cost little, is easy to install and makes the surrounding area look and feel better. One North London school tackling the challenge head on.
You don’t need to own a massive garden to grow your own fruit, vegetables, flowers and herbs. Here’s a selection of our favourite urban gardens in pictures.
New art installation in London’s Russell Square highlights the important role of trees in keeping cities clean and free from pollution
RTCC takes a ride on the new London Cable Car to see if the city’s latest option for sustainable travel will ever really take off.
Liberal Democrat candidate Brian Paddick on his plans to use electric vehicles, waste reduction and energy efficiency to make London carbon neutral.
The current Mayor of London says he is proud of his achievements so far and visitors to the summer’s Olympics will find a cleaner, greener city welcoming them.
In the second of a series of articles for RTCC by the candidates in the London Mayoral election, Labour’s Ken Livingstone reveals how cheaper public transport and taking on the big six UK energy providers can create a low-carbon London.
Labour candidate and former Mayor of London tells RTCC he will create energy cop-operative to provide alternative to major utility firms.