London’s “Climate Emergency Action Plan” (CEAP) aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2050. According to a report presented at a strategic priorities and policy committee meeting on Tuesday, over 90% of the action items set out in CEAP’s 2022 plan have been initiated, with over 70% of the total action items initiated. Some goals are on target to be met, but others remain a work in progress. Emissions increased in 2022 compared to 2021, but are still lower compared to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels. Ward 11 Coun. Skylar Franke put forward four motions to act as an example for the community in improving sustainability, and all councillors on the SPPC passed the motions with an 11-2 vote. Franke also introduced multiple business cases for consideration with an environmental focus, but only one business case passed due to being duplicative or similar to staff projects. The passed business case aims to implement funding for the Coves Silver Creek Restoration project.

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