Environment & Nature
South London grassroots campaign group ‘Mums for Lungs’ is urging parents concerned by dangerous levels of air pollution in London to respond to a critical consultation being run by Transport for London. Air pollution causes an estimated 9000 deaths in the capital every year, and has been linked to cases of asthma in children and babies.
Maia has shared this bit of news on our Facebook page and with it a great photo! "This nappy bag has been lost in brockwell park and handed in to the greenhouses. Apparently someone with a double buggy dropped it. Can you share on the forum? Thanks".
Friends of Brockwell Park has from the outset opposed the applications by Field Day/The Mighty Hoopla (1-3 June) and Lovebox/Citadel (13-15 July) to hold major events in Brockwell Park this summer, on the grounds that their size (up to 40,000 a day for three days, taking from a third to a fifth of the park for weeks at a time) was grossly dis
At the meeting on 18th January to discuss the proposed Field Day and LoveBox music festivals in Brockwell Park this summer, Lee Fiorentino of Lambeth's Events Department made some very encouraging statements about Biodiversity and Brockwell Park, as I am highlighting below.
Plastic packaging and waste are hot topics at the moment. Programmes like Blue Planet have brought this crisis to the attention of a wider audience and the issues are finally getting raised in parliament. Following the positive impact of the plastic bag charge, MPs are talking about a bottle deposit scheme and the ‘Latte Levy’.
Brockwell Park Events - Public Meeting
18th January, 7.30pm
Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, SE24 9HU
(corner of Half Moon Lane and Winterbrook Road)