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Will Ealing Council deliver #ClimateSafeStreets?

2022-2026 is a vital stage in London’s zero-carbon journey. Motor vehicles are the largest and most stubborn source of London’s emissions, and borough councils control 95% of the city’s roads. We need all our councils to act in the next four years and be bold – or it’ll be too late to get to zero carbon roads by 2030. That’s what’s needed for London and Ealing to do their bit.

That’s why we developed specific, personalised asks for each London borough council in the 2022 council elections to cut road transport emissions fast and enable lots more walking, cycling and wheeling.

Find out how they’re doing…

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Checking in on London borough council progress in 2023 - how well are London's boroughs doing to progress Climate Safe Streets? Find Ealing's results.

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Meet Your Climate Champion

I became a Climate Safe Streets champion because we are running out of time to address climate change and need to radically change the way we live, including the way we travel. Cycling is an activity widely available to most people and has many benefits, and in addition, can be really fun!

Dagmar, Ealing Climate Champion

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Council and climate

PDF document with the council's climate plans & what we're asking the next leader to do in more detail.

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Ealing Cycling Campaign group's website and contact details.

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