Would you like to improve local air quality or reduce energy bills? Learn how at our free breakfast workshop at the iconic Roundhouse on 29th January 8.30am-10.30am
Are you a business in Camden Town? If you are interested in:
- Improving indoor air quality and internal environmental conditions for your business / staff
- Reducing pollution and improving outdoor air quality
- Cutting carbon emissions
- Lowering your energy bills
- Learning about low-emission deliveries and freight
Then you will benefit from coming to this free breakfast workshop 8.30am-10.30am on Wednesday 29 January which is being hosted by Camden Climate Change Alliance at the iconic Roundhouse Bar & Café.
With specialist guest speakers and staff from the Camden Climate Change Alliance, you will hear about grant funding opportunities, recommendations for cutting air pollution and improving health, and will have a chance to network and share ideas with other businesses in the Camden Town area.
08.30-09.00 – Arrival, coffee and light breakfast
09.00-09.15 – What is the Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood?
09.15-09.30 – Air quality guides for businesses – indoor environments and health
09.30-09.45 – Guest speaker: Hoare Lea – how to reduce emissions and improve air quality
09.45-10.00 – Camden Climate Fund – grant funding for your emissions-reduction project
10.00-10.15 – Guest speaker: WEGO Couriers – free freight audits for businesses with the Camden Cargo Bike Network
10.15-10.30 – Q&A with speakers and CCCA
More information about the Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood
Air pollution has a major impact on our health, causing premature deaths and worsening quality of life. Camden Council is committed to improving air quality and protecting health, and will be creating a Low Emission Neighbourhood in Camden Town after being awarded £500,000 from the Mayor of London’s Air Quality Fund.
Over the summer of 2019 Camden held the UK’s first Citizen’s Assembly on the climate crisis, and the Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood directly responds to several of the proposals put to the Council by citizens.
Our goal is to reduce air pollution and carbon emissions by working with the community and local businesses in the Camden Town area. We will do this by reducing emissions from transport and deliveries, as well as from heating and cooking appliances in buildings.
We will work with schools and residents to raise awareness about air pollution and to provide practical measures to protect health.
This event is aimed at informing local businesses of the grant-funding opportunities and support programmes on offer via the Council and external partners, as well as how we can work together to improve air quality in Camden.
Camden Town Low Emission Neighbourhood is supported by the Mayor of London’s Air Quality Fund.
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