Newham Climate Now

The rise in global temperatures, carbon pollution in the air, the dramatic change in sea levels are all having a devastating impact on human beings and on our planet.


We only have limited time to save our environment and drastically reduce our carbon footprint. We also need to clean-up the air we breathe because we suffer from some of the poorest air-quality in the whole country. It’s directly led to 96 people losing their lives last year so it’s vital for us to act now, before it’s too late. 


Newham Climate Now Open Forum​

Cleaner streets, more active lives and a greener environment can help us stay fit and healthy. It will also help save the planet by reducing our global greenhouse gas emissions. Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz has made this a priority and you can too! 

All these things and more are on the agenda for our first ever Newham Climate Now! Open Forum. You will learn about the Council’s plans for tackling the climate emergency and we want your views on our Air Quality Action Plan, which is being consulted upon for six weeks from 2 September. Your views are very important and we will start a conversation about what more we can all do.

People from across the borough are invited to join us on Saturday 21 September in East Ham Town Hall, 328 Barking Road, E6 2RP. We are very keen to hear what you have to say.

Register before turning up to the event.

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